TITLE

The Govenors Pass the Buck

PUB. DATE
July 1943
SOURCE
New Republic;7/12/43, Vol. 109 Issue 2, p38
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
Focuses on the steps taken by state Governors to stop racial violence in the U.S. Statement made by the Governor of California Earl Warren that the city and state police were entirely capable of handling race riots; Failure of the Governor of Michigan in his attempts to stop race riots; Measures designed by the U.S. government to cut racial problems; Struggle by the U.S. government for harmonious race relations; Information on the efforts made by organized labor to fight the destruction of the liberal democratic policies instituted by the New Deal.
ACCESSION #
14682956

 

Related Articles

  • THE INTIMACY OF TEACHING RACE RELATION II. Adams, Janice // NACSW Convention Proceedings;2005, p1 

    Despite the spurious public consensus among the white majority that racism is an artifact of the past and that people of color have benefited all too much from affirmative action, a visit to almost any college or university campus should swiftly suggest a different story (Tinsmith, Bonnie, Reddy...

  • FAVORITISM AS A STRATEGY IN RACE RELATIONS. Gilbert, Neil; Eaton, Joseph W. // Social Problems;Summer70, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p38 

    Soda! policies of favoritism are among the strategies used to compensate people for socioeconomic disadvantages suffered due to racial discrimination. The range is from preferential treatment to discrimination-in-reverse. In the former the emphasis is on equity restoration; in the latter on...

  • A Nationwide Study of Discrimination and Chronic Health Conditions Among Asian Americans. Gee, Gilbert C.; Spencer, Michael S.; Chen, Juan; Takeuchi, David // American Journal of Public Health;Jul2007, Vol. 97 Issue 7, p1275 

    Objectives. We examined whether self-reported everyday discrimination was associated with chronic health conditions among a nationally representative sample of Asian Americans. Methods. Data were from the Asian American subsample (n=2095) of the National Latino and Asian American Study conducted...

  • Healing Ourselves. P. B. G., Howard // Phi Delta Kappan;Apr90, Vol. 71 Issue 8, p579 

    Comments on the disease of racism in the U.S. View that the roots of the failure to cure racism lie in the failure to personalize its negative effects on individual lives; Racism in U.S. education; Efforts to quash racism in the school system.

  • Public sector disagrees on way to tackle race inequality. Harding, David // Public Finance;6/14/2002, p12 

    Discusses the conflict in the public sector in Great Britain over the issue of race inequality. Results of a public opinion poll on the issue; Status of support for efforts to combat racism; Suggestions on the policy of positive discrimination.

  • Is racial diversity in America the cure or the problem? Maddox Jr., Alton H. // New York Amsterdam News;7/3/2003, Vol. 94 Issue 27, p12 

    The U.S. Supreme Court has now embraced Justice Lewis Powell's decisive opinion in Regents of the University of California v. Bakke that student body diversity is a compelling state interest that can justify the use of race in university admissions. It is being hailed as a legal milestone in...

  • Oldham has had race riots, just as I warned. Howe, Darcus // New Statesman;05/21/2001, Vol. 130 Issue 4538, p28 

    Deals with the emergence of racial violence in Oldham, England. Hostility of Whites on Pakistanis; Enforcement of apartheid by the Pakistani community; Race relations and social conditions in Oldham.

  • Racism on the West Coast. Mcwilliams, Carey // New Republic;6/12/44, Vol. 110 Issue 24, p784 

    Highlights issues related to racism on the West Coast. Information on the West Coast's campaign to prevent the release of any persons of Japanese ancestry from relocation centers for the duration of the Second World War; Protests made by the American legion in Portland, Oregon when local...

  • Refuge victory puts race on the funding agenda. Grewal, Herpreet Kaur // Regeneration & Renewal;8/1/2008, p13 

    The article reports on the west London voluntary group Southhall Black Sisters's (SBS) extension of its domestic violence services to women of other ethnicities or risk losing the core funding it receives from the council. It relates that the council has promised to scrap the grant criteria...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics