Discrimination Laundering

Author: Tristin K. Green
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107142008
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This book uncovers legal shifts founded on misunderstandings about discrimination and describes how law and organizations can do better.

The Crisis

Author: William Edward Burghardt Du Bois
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Continued from page 41 The organizations and community leaders agreed to
come together in the wake of last weekend's tragic West- wood shooting death of
Karen Toshima, of Long Beach. Her death sparked a surge of concern over ... To
many black leaders the increase in police protection seemed disproportionate to
the police and media response afforded to hundred of similar killings in the
predominately black South Central Los Angeles area. To immediately increase
police ...

Congressional Record

Author: United States. Congress
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Almost every American generation, when pressed by crisis, has had to renew that
choice and defend our Ideals — not only abroad, but here at home. Abolitionists
... I was a part of the civil rights struggle and served in the Senate when many of
the key civil rights law were passed. I worked under a ... And we had recently
passed title nine, over huge objections, which required schools receiving public
money to provide equal athletic opportunities for young women. When I watched

Federal Times

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Comparing the outbreaks of violence on college campuses to the “hoarse,
terrifying, mindless roars of Hitler youth,” rights into license of intellectual
terrorism, into a conscious subversion of lawful national purposes constitutionally
arrived at.” “It is time we ... Senate bill 2515, sponsored by such senators as
Edmund Muskie, Hubert Humphrey, Edward Kennedy, Jacob Javits, Charles
Percy and Hugh Scott is entitled the “Equal Employment Opportunities Act of
1971,” introduced Sept. 14.