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Mizzou HSP_MGMT 1133 - Civil Rights Laws

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Hsp_Mgmt 1133 1st Edition Lecture 9 Outline of Last Lecture I. Forms of payment for guests to pay their billII. Privacy in the Hotel Rooma. Hotel Entriesb. Surveillancec. Police entriesd. Guest registrye. Registration by AliasIII. Guest CheckerOutline of Current Lecture IV. Title II of the Civil Rights Act of 1964a. Who’s protected/who is notb. Who has to comply with this lawc. What does Title II prohibit?d. Agency/Exhaustione. Limitation periodf. RemediesV. Defenses to Title IIa. Private Club DoctrineThese notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor’s lecture. GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes, not as a substitute.b. Mrs. Murphy’s Boarding Housec.Current Lecture You tube video-The “Greensboro Four”, the JFK speech, Senator Paul- check blackboard to rewatch theseif neededTitle II of the Civil Rights Act of 1964I. Federal law aka it’s applied in all 50 states-----Why was federal legislation needed in this area?II. Who protected? Victims of access discrimination based upon Race, color, religion, or National origin- Protects people on the grounds of race, color, religion, national originWho is missing from this picture?- Gender, age, sexual orientation are not includedIII. Who targeted? -who has to comply with this law? - Lodging facilities, - Dining facilities, - Places of entertainment, - Gasoline stations, - These are commonly called places of public accommodation-places of P/AAlso consider the unitary rule here: expands civil rights coverage - Targeted facility inside of exempt facility- department stores that have snack bars, like Target- Exempt facility inside of targeted facilityIV. What prohibited//required-------No discrimination by III based upon II- Says there is to be no discrimination by a place of public accommodation on the grounds of race,color, religion, national originV. Agency/Exhaustion a. US Department of Justice b. No exhaustion requirementVI. Limitation period- how long do you have to file suit under this law?- Two years from the act of discrimination, so if you were denied service on a particular day you have 2 years from the day the incident happened to file a lawsuitIII. Remedies-----only equitable relief under this section, however, other claims may be joined with the Title II claima. No monetary damages available here- Class actions-when there is a large number of different victims and it isn’t practical to bring them all to court- Discussion of Motel Six case: Several black/Hispanic groups were denied rooms because of their race, some were allowed rooms but were segregated, some were rented rooms and not segregated but were charged more than others or were not given the same deals as others; - What prerequisites to have a class action?o NUMEROSITY- must be more than 30 victims o COMMON QUESTIONS- common issues/questions of lawo CERTIFICATION- judge has to allow a class action lawsuitVIII. DefensesA. PRIVATE CLUB DOCTRINE- Selectivity - Discrete - Criteria - Member control - Nonmember use - Social purposeWhy are Private clubs exempt?- they are social clubs and they have the right to interact with whoever they chose to interact withB. MRS MURPHYS BOARDING HOUSE- if you have a small facility with 5 rooms or less where the owneror manager lives on site, they are exempt from Civil Rights


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