The email response from my Senator. With respect Senator, I strongly disagree. What a woman chooses to do with her reproductive health is between her, her doctor and God. It is not something for the Government or employers to determine. Please explain to me how do these acts do not infringe on the Equal Opportunity Act or the 9th Amendment of the Constitution? Reproductive health is an unenumerated right.
"I will never tire of this view." #Reid This picture of Earth illustrates the sense of oneness of the world and equality we all aspire to. Fifty years ago today, on July 2, 1964, one of the last remaining legal barriers to equal opportunity in America was toppled when President Lyndon Johnson signed into law the most sweeping civil rights legislation since the post-Civil War Reconstruction Era. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 outlawed discrimination in such areas as voting, public…
The Department of Labor's Civil Rights Center (CRC) develops, administers, and enforces Departmental policies, practices, and procedures relating to acts and reforms such as the Civil Rights Acts of 1967 and
There is a lot of criticism regarding the IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act), frequently stating the cost of education, questions of efficacy, and concerns about mainstreaming children with significant disabilities. This article examines the criticisms and provides our personal example of success because of the IDEA law - equal opportunity and access to education is highly successful for the majority of students receiving specialized education services.
Media appeal over non-disclosure of UNC-CH sex assault findings
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill doesn't have to release the names of students and employees the school's internal administrative processes determined culpable of sex offenses, a judge ruled Wednesday.
The Education Amendments of 1972 was renamed the Patsy Mink Equal Opportunity in Education Act in 2002, after its House co-author and sponsor. It states (in part) that: No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving federal financial assistance.