The U.S. Department of Education’s "Race-Neutral Alternatives in Postsecondary Education: Innovative Approaches to Diversity—Are They Viable Substitutes for Affirmative Action?" May 2003. 12 pp.
Crossing Borders: The Administration of Justice and Civil Rights Protections in the Immigration and Asylum Context. Project Summary. January 2003. 32 pp.
Anniversary Update on Commission Activities Related to September 11. September 2002. 11 pp.
A New Paradigm for Welfare Reform: The Need for Civil Rights Enforcement. August 2002. 12 pp.
Toward an Understanding of Percentage Plans in Higher Education: Are They Effective Substitutes for Affirmative Action? Statement by the Commission. April 2000. 28 pp.
Additional Statement of Commissioner Constance Horner on the Los Angeles Report. Vol. 5 of Racial and Ethnic Tensions in American Communities: Poverty, Inequality, and Discrimination. May 1995. 1 p.
State Advisory Committee Handbook. Explains functions of State Advisory Committees. 1994. 32 pp. No. 005-908-00020-5.
Allegations of Police Misconduct in the Context of Nonviolent Public Demonstrations. Briefing before the Commission, Sept. 15, 1989. 35 pp.
Statements of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights: Firefighters v. Stotts. Hishon v. King & Spalding. 1985. 4 pp. No. 005-901-00056-1.
Statement of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights on Civil Rights Enforcement in Education. Assesses efforts of Departments of Education and Justice to reduce federal civil rights enforcement in education. 1983. 10 pp. No. 005-908-00005-1.
Civil Rights: A National, Not a Special Interest. A statement assessing the effect of the administration’s proposed FY 1981 budget on civil rights enforcement programs and efforts. 1981. 130 pp. No. 005-902-00021-5.