ERIC Number: ED104610
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1974-Dec
Reference Count: N/A
Colorado Civil Rights Commission Activities, 1973-1974.
Colorado Civil Rights Commission, Denver.
Purpose of the Colorado Civil Rights Commission is to reduce and ultimately eliminate discrimination by: (1) developing programs to implement the laws; (2) studying the extent and character of discrimination in the State; (3) issuing publications and research; and (4) making recommendations to the Governor and Legislature concerning civil rights studies. Its major program is that of investigation and compliance. This program's functions are to: (1) receive, process, and investigate complaints of discrimination in employment, housing, and public accommodations and (2) close and adjust cases by troubleshooting, conference, or conciliation. The Commission's services are made available to persons in all regions of the State through its main office in Denver, its branch office in the Five Points area of Denver, and its regional offices in Alamosa, Colorado Springs, Grand Junction, and Pueblo. The Commission's activities during 1973-74 are detailed in this report which covers such topics as the Law, sex discrimination, legal actions, the budget and the case load, alleged discrimination, community relations, accomplishments, and projections and objectives for 1974-75. (NQ)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Colorado Civil Rights Commission, Denver.