This was the culmination of the civil rights movement. All of the struggle and effort had led to this moment as LBJ signed this act into law surrounded by a number of prominent civil rights leaders such as MLK. This act prohibits any discrimination of race, sex, religion, color, or nation of origin in processes such as hiring, firing, or promoting. It also outlawed segregation in public buildings, discussed voting rights, and education. It also allowed for agencies to enforce the act.