White Firefighters, Hank Aaron, and Affirmative Action
- Feet of the week. Parshall, Gerald // U.S. News & World Report;3/13/95, Vol. 118 Issue 10, p10
Comments on Tennessee governor Lamar Alexander's hopes for the White House, the bid for a congressional seat in the Philippines by former first lady Imelda Marcos, and how an Ohio man beat a burglary and assault rap by claiming he had been sleepwalking.
- Grilling. Zeman, N.; Howard, L. // Newsweek;12/31/1990, Vol. 116 Issue 27, p4
Notes that the newly named secretary of Education, Lamar Alexander, will face questions concerning the administration's ban on most race-based scholarships by the Democrats on the Labor and Human Resources Committee. Also notes that the Bush administration is looking for spots for Republican...
- Racial equality code: 'monitoring essential.'. // Accountancy;May84, Vol. 95 Issue 1089, p23
Reports on developments relevant to racial equality laws in Great Britain compiled as of May 1984. Provisions of the racial equality code of conduct for employers; Establishment of detailed procedures for monitoring the ethnic composition of the workforce; Implications for policies on racial...
- U.S. race relations at the crossroads in California. Platt, Anthony M. // Monthly Review: An Independent Socialist Magazine;Oct96, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p29
Focuses on race relations in the state of California. Racial equality as a matter of moral principle; Incompatibility of political democracy with racial hierarchy; Moves to repudiate the state-mandated affirmative action policies and programs; Brief history of race relations in the state.
- Battleground Chicago. Annin, Peter // Newsweek;4/3/1995, Vol. 125 Issue 14, p26
Focuses on affirmative action in Chicago and analyzes how racial preferences really work--or don't work--in four areas. The increase in minorities in the police department; The slide in black applicants at Northwestern University; How minority businessmen need white escorts to get in the...
- Affirmative action in jeopardy. Grier, Peter; Chinni, Dante; Clayton, Mark // Christian Science Monitor;3/29/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 86, p1
Discusses racial discrimination, in light of a ruling by a Detroit, Michigan federal judge that the University of Michigan's use of racial distinctions in its law-school admissions policy is unconstitutional.
- This Apricot is sweeter. // Accountancy;May84, Vol. 95 Issue 1089, p50
Features the modifications to the Apricot transportable computer launched in 1983 by the Great Britain-based company, Applied Computer Techniques PLC. Features; Applications; Cost.
- Affirmative reaction. Vilbig, Peter // Scholastic Update;02/09/98, Vol. 130 Issue 9, p8
Presents the views of Stephan Thernstrom, a history professor at Harvard University, and Orlando Patterson, a Harvard sociology professor, on the role of affirmative action in race relations in the United States. When affirmative action programs were first introduced; Detailed information on...
- equal employment opportunity. // Labor Law Journal;Oct82, Vol. 33 Issue 10, p696
Highlights court decisions on cases pertaining to equal employment opportunity issues in the United States as of October 1982. Reason for the court's dismissal of the case filed by a Florida International University employee for alleged racial and sex discrimination in promotion.