Jackson meets with Mitsubishi to resolve race and sex bias allegations

June 1996
Jet;06/24/96, Vol. 90 Issue 6, p18
Reports on the meeting of Reverend Jesse Jackson, National organization of Women president Patricia Ireland and other minority leaders with Tohei Takeuchi, president and chief executive officer of Mitsubishi Motor Sales of America. Purpose of ending a boycott due to racial discrimination and sexual harassment; Need for a comprehensive plan for fairness; Comments by Ireland.


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