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Recent developments, new opportunities in civil rights and women's rights : a report of the proceedings of the Western Regional Civil Rights and Women's Rights Conference IV

Author: United States Commission on Civil Rights.
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : The Commission : For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., [1977?]
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Western Regional Civil Rights and Women's Rights Conference (4th : 1977 : San Francisco, Calif.).
Recent developments, new opportunities in civil rights and women's rights.
Washington, D.C. : The Commission : For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S.G.P.O., [1977?]
(OCoLC)568690464
Material Type: Conference publication, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: United States Commission on Civil Rights.
OCLC Number: 11496683
Description: vi, 178 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Part One: General Session. Introduction of Commissioner Murray Saltzman, Chairman of the Session, by Frederick B. Routh, Director, Special Projects, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights --
Welcoming Statement, George R. Moscone, Mayor, San Francisco, California --
Welcoming Statement, Herman Sillas, Jr., Chairperson, California State Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights --
Keynote Address, "Recent Developments—New Opportunities in Civil Rights and Women's Rights," by Arthur S. Flemming, Chairman, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights --
Discussion of Keynote Address. Part Two: Federal Programs Recent Developments in Equal Employment Opportunities in the Private Sector, Frank Quinn, Regional Director, Region IX, EEOC --
Recent Developments in Equal Employment Opportunities in the Public Sector, Frank Yanak, Regional Director, Region IX, U.S. Civil Service Commission --
Discussion of Presentations --
Recent Developments with Respect to Equal Employment Opportunities in Federal Contract Compliance Programs, Weldon J. Rougeau, Director, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, Department of Labor --
Recent Developments with Respect to Equal Opportunities in Educational Programs—An Overview, Floyd L. Pierce, Regional Director, Region IX, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare --
Recent Developments with Respect to Equal Opportunities in Elementary and Secondary Educational Programs, Charles Love, Assistance Chief, Elementary and Secondary Education Branch, Office for Civil Rights, Region IX, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare --
Recent Developments with Respect to Equal Opportunities in Higher Educational Programs, Patricia King, Higher Education Branch, Office for Civil Rights, Region IX, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare --
Recent Developments with Respect to Equal Opportunities in Housing and Community Development Programs, Wilbur Hamilton, Executive Director, San Francisco Redevelopment Agency --
Recent Developments with Respect to Equal Opportunities in Programs Relating to the Administration of Justice, Lewis Taylor, Special Administrative Assistant, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, Department of Justice --
Recent Developments with Respect to Equal Opportunities in Revenue Sharing Programs, Marjorie Austin, Office of Revenue Sharing, Department of the Treasury --
Introduction of Commissioner Murray Saltzman by Frederick B. Routh --
Women's Rights, ERA, and After, Carol Bonosaro, Director, Women's Rights Program, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights --
Methodology and Alternative Structures with Respect to the Reorganization of Equal Employment Opportunities Functions of the Federal Government, Howard A. Glickstein, Director, Task Force on Civil Rights Reorganization --
Discussion of Presentation by Howard A. Glickstein --
Agenda Review and Announcements by Frederick B. Routh --
Part Three: State and Local Programs Summary of the Experiences of the California State Fair Employment Practices Commission, Charles Wilson --
Summary of the Experiences of the Oklahoma State Human Rights Commission, Kevin Virgilio --
Summary of the Experiences of the Washington State Human Rights Commission, William Hilliard --
Summary of the Experiences of the South Dakota State Department of Social Services, William Walsh --
Discussion of Presentations --
Summary of the Experiences of the Denver, Colorado, Commission on Community Relations, Minoru Yasui --
Summary of the Experiences of the Phoenix, Arizona, Human Relations Division, Henry Cabirac --
Summary of the Experiences of the Anchorage, Alaska, Equal Rights Commission, James H. Chase --
Discussion of Presentations --
Agenda Review Discussion, Frederick B. Routh --
Workshop Report on Housing and Community Development, Dana Jackson Ill Workshop Report on Elementary and Secondary Education, Rudy M. Pena --
Workshop Report on Revenue Sharing, Russell Conklin --
Workshop Report on the Rights of Native American Indians, Frederick B. Routh --
Special Interest Report on Qualitative Approach to Budgeting, Rae M. Haas --
Special Interest Report on Census Undercount, James Perez, Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund --
Special Interest Report on Undocumented Workers, Alberto Juarez, Director, Los Angeles One Stop Immigration Center --
Special Interest Report on Voting Rights, Deborah Snow, Office of Program and Policy Review, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights --
State and Local Agencies' Workshop Report on Building Networks, Coalitions, and Constituencies, James H. Chase --
State and Local Agencies' Workshop Report on Basic Skills for Monitoring Civil Rights Compliance, Sally James --
State and Local Agencies' Workshop Report on Legal Questions Involved in the Sunshine Act, Freedom of Information Act, and the Privacy Act, Roberta Ferron, South Dakota Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights --
Special Workshop Report on Sex Discrimination, Roberta Ferron --
Report and Discussion on Recommendations in the Sex Discrimination Report, Mary V. Donohue --
Caucus Report of the Northwest Region, Susie Erlich --
Caucus Report of the Rocky Mountain States Region, Minoru Yasui --
Caucus Report of the Southwest Region, Amalia Rodriguez-Mendoza --
Caucus Report of the Western Region, Woodrow Wilson --
Conference Summary Statement, Everett A. Waldo, Deputy Director Mid-Atlantic Regional Office, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights --
Closing Statement, Frederick B. Routh --
APPENDICES A. Roster of Registered Participants --
B. Handicapped Person's Rights Under Federal Law --
C. Federal Programs to Assist the Elderly.
Responsibility: sponsored by the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights in San Francisco, California, June 29-July 1, 1977.

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