Briefing scheduled for May 17, 10:30 a.m.
624 Ninth Street, N.W., Room 540
(WASHINGTON, DC) Are legislators better off not knowing racial data when deciding policy? What are the consequences of banning racial data collection? Is a color-blind society possible without data collection? These are among the various issues the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights will consider at its upcoming briefing Enforcement Without Evidence? Consequences of Government Race Data Collection Bans on Civil Rights. The briefing will follow the Commission's regular monthly meeting.
The panel of experts assembled for the briefing includes: