Ten-Year Check-Up: Have Federal Agencies Responded to Civil Rights Recommendations?
Volume I: A Blueprint for Civil Rights Enforcement
This report was prepared by the Office of Civil Rights Evaluation under the direction of Terri A. Dickerson, assistant staff director for civil rights evaluation. Eileen Rudert, social scientist, served as team leader, and along with Manuel Alba, social scientist, Mireille Zieseniss, civil rights analyst, and Michael Wolf, an intern from Columbia University, New York, New York, wrote the report. Other staff who assisted with the report include civil rights analysts Margaret Butler, Monique Dennis-Elmore, Wanda Johnson, Kirk Perry, and secretary Teresa Brooks. The following interns also contributed to the report: Tammy Chu, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan; Danielle Head, Taylor University, Upland, Indiana; and Victoria Tung, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The report was reviewed for legal sufficiency by Joyce A. Smith, attorney-advisor, Office of General Counsel. Bernard A. Quarterman, Jr., attorney-advisor, Office of General Counsel, assisted with the legal review. Editorial review was performed by David Aronson, editor, Public Affairs Unit; Ivy Davis, chief, Regional Programs Coordination Unit; and Melvin Jenkins, director, Central Regional Office. Dawn Sweet, editor, prepared this report for final publication.