Civil Rights of 1871
In March of 1871 was a big change for history and for African Americans that was the day when the pass of the Constitution. The violence was so bad That even the Congress could not control it. In the year of 1871 on April 20, the legislative had to respond this Act of violence. The Ku Klux Klan had to do with a part of the violence that was happening at the time.The Act of Enforcement also was called the Ku Klux Klan Act or the Civil Rights Act of 1871(thefreedictionary.com/). This act had to do with passing the law that African Americans can vote. The act also unrest gave life back into the culture of black people and it gave us the political and economic rights of all newly freed slaves (https://www.encyclopedia.com).
Although the Act was used to the era in which it was disappointing for the statute of our nation’s Constitution had remained very important to modern enforcement of the civil rights. The Civil Rights Act of 1871 was used in the United States federal law to stop the racial crimes and violence against blacks. This is the reason why the Act was passed to protect southern blacks from the Ku Klux Klan was providing a civil rights harm for the abuses that were being committed in the South (https://www.encyclopedia.com).
The Congress had led the Civil Rights Act of 1870 and 1871 law which had been a big part America’s history and also the Constitution of the United States,” which was becoming to be the Second Enforcement Act (https://www.encyclopedia.com). The act was put in place to protect African Americans from the Klan and their violence during Reconstruction, giving those prosperous of the constitutional rights by someone of a different color of the law and the right to seek relief in a federal district or circuit court (https://www.encyclopedia.com).
This became an inferior violent problem in the south the legislation and later it happened to make a part of the United States lawsuits which was against state and the local officials. In March of 1871, President Ulysses S. Grant requested from Congress legislation that would address the problem of KKK violence, which had grown efficiently since the group’s formation. The Ku Klux Act was very popular, The Congress had to refuse President Ulysses S. Grant to declare martial law, impose heavy penalties against terrorist organizations, and use military force to support the Ku Klux Klan (https://www.encyclopedia.com).
In 1871, The Ku Klux Act led to nine of South Carolina’s counties which were very effective. It was not until May 1871, when President Grant broadcast an issue and a more federal agency that the white leaders in South Carolina finally called off Klan activity (https://www.encyclopedia.com). These attacks were the work of a number of white supremacy groups, the most notorious of which was the Ku Klux Klan (https://www.encyclopedia.com). The acts were intended to hurt African Americans from exercising any of their rights to them by the Constitution.
Even worse there was evidence that state officials were encouraging this violent action and were heedless and very unresponsive to try to persuade the law of the enforcement power to stop it. Even if the criminals were liberated, there was no refusal within the state legal systems to bringing them to justice or keep out of punishment (https://www.encyclopedia.com).
The Fourteenth Amendment gave Congress the power to address the problem President Grant described (https://www.encyclopedia.com). Representative Samuel Shellabarger which was a Republican from Ohio was properly introduced by a bill that would cease the provisions of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States (https://www.encyclopedia.com).