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ERIC Number: ED439988
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1995
Pages: 313
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
New Challenges: The Civil Rights Record of the Clinton Administration Mid-Term. Report of the Citizens' Commission on Civil Rights.
Yu, Corrine M., Ed.; Taylor, William L., Ed.
This report is the work of the Citizens' Commission on Civil Rights, a bipartisan group of former federal officials with responsibility for equal opportunity. Part 1 contains three chapters: (1) "Introduction"; (2) "Executive Summary and Review"; and (3) "Recommendations of the Commission." Part 2 contains the following working papers: (4) "Minority Poverty: The Place-Race Nexus and the Clinton Administration's Civil Rights Policy" (George Galster); (5) "An Unseen Attack in Civil Rights: The Anti-Regulatory Agenda in the Contract with America" (Gary D. Bass); (6) "The Clinton Record on Judicial Nominations at Mid-Term" (Elliot M. Mincberg); (7) "Interim Report on Performance of U.S. Commission on Civil Rights during the Clinton Administration" (John C. Chambers and Brian P. Waldman); (8) "The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission" (Alfred W. Blumrosen); (9) "The Clinton Administration and Civil Rights Enforcement in Elementary and Secondary Education" (Patricia A. Brannan); (10) "Minority Access to Higher Education" (Reginald Wilson); (11) "In Search of a Vision: Gender Equity in Education in the Clinton Administration" (Verna L. Williams, with assistance from Steven C. Hodge); (12) "Equal Employment Opportunity" (Helen Norton); (13) "The Employment Non-Discrimination Act" (Chai R. Feldbaum and Stephen J. Curran); (14) "Voting Rights Act Enforcement: An Agenda for Equal Electoral Opportunity" (Arthur A. Baer and Pamela S. Karlan); (15) "Federal Fair Housing Enforcement: The Clinton Administration at Mid-Term" (John P. Relman); (16) "Immigrants and Public Services: Some Principles for Reform" (Wendy Zimmermann); (17) "Federal Action to Confront Hate Crimes: Preventing Violence and Improving Police Responses" (Michael Lieberman); (18) "Access to Justice: Environmental Justice" (Alice L. Brown); (19) "Minority Health Care Issues" (Maya Wiley); (20) "Invisible Women: Uncovering the Health Care Problems Faced by Women of Color" (Jocelyn Frye); (21) "ADA and the Clinton Administration" (Charles D. Goldman); (22) "Another Take on 'ADA and the Clinton Administration'" (Chai R. Feldblum); and (23) "Electronic Redlining: Discrimination in the Information Superhighway" (James J. Halpert and Angela Campbell). (BT)
Citizens Commission on Civil Rights, 2000 M Street, NW, Suite 400, Washington, DC 20036. Tel: 202-659-5565.
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: Ford Foundation, New York, NY.
Authoring Institution: Citizens Commission on Civil Rights, Washington, DC.