Read the following scenario. Jacob Smith is an African-American man in his fifties. He heads to a local restaurant for dinner and is told by the hostess that he is going to have to sit on “that side” of the establishment, as she gestures to a part of the restaurant where only other African-Americans are sitting. Mr. Smith feels offended and leaves the restaurant. Based on passage of the Civil Rights Act, what is Mr. Smith’s best recourse? A. filing a claim with the U.S. attorney general to investigate the restaurant. B.contacting the Justice Department about a potential discrimination lawsuit. C.asking the restaurant’s manager to stop segregating customers. demanding D.the Census Bureau send him data about the restaurant’s typical customer base.
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