Voting Rights in Missouri – The Impact of COVID-19 (2020)
Environmental Injustice: Lead Poisoning in Indiana (2020)
November 10, 2020 - Voting Rights in Michigan in the Context of the COVID-19 Pandemic (2020)
Statement of the Nevada Advisory Committee on Voting Access During COVID-19 Pandemic (2020)
Voting Rights and Voter Disenfranchisement in Florida (2020)
Advisory Memorandum of the Colorado Advisory Committee on Maternal Mortality and Fetal / Infant Mortality (2020)
Memorandum of the Connecticut Advisory Committee on COVID-19 and Nursing Homes (2020)
Statement of the Alaska Advisory Committee on Voting Rights During COVID-19 Pandemic (2020)
Mental Health, Mental Health Courts and the Criminal Legal System in the District of Columbia (2020)
Statement of the Oregon Advisory Committee on Police Violence on Black Americans (2020)
Statement of the Connecticut Advisory Committee on Racial Disparities and Criminal Justice (2020)
Civil Rights and the Gender Wage Gap in Utah (2020)
Wyoming Advisory Committee: Examining Hate Crime in the Equality State (2020)
Statement of Colorado Advisory Committee Encouraging Modification of Oath and Allegiance Ceremonies During COVID-19 Crisis (2020)
Statement of the Indiana Advisory Committee on COVID-19 and Voting Rights (2020)
Statement of the South Carolina Advisory Committee on Civil Rights Issues in Regard to Police Killings (2020)
Statement of the Massachusetts Advisory Committee on Civil Rights Issues in Regard to Police Killings and Policing Practices (2020)
Statement of the Maryland Advisory Committee on Civil Rights Issues in Regard to Police Killings (2020)
Barriers to Voting in Alabama (2020)
Advisory Memo on Hate Crimes in Maine (2020)
Advisory Memo on Voting Rights and Felony Convictions in WA (2020)
Prosecutorial Discretion and Civil Rights Issues in Mississippi (2020)
Statement of the Tennessee Advisory Committee in Regard to Racial Justice (2020)
Statement of the Minnesota Advisory Committee Urging Police Reform Based Upon Its 2018 Report on Police Practices (2020)
Statement of the Massachusetts Advisory Committee on the Detention of Immigrants in the Commonwealth During the COVID-19 Crisis (2020)
Subminimum Wages for Arizona Persons with Disabilities Under Section 14(c) of the Fair Labor Standards Act (2020)
Statement of the Massachusetts Advisory Committee Regarding COVID-19 and Incarcerated Persons in the Commonwealth (2020)
Statement of the Connecticut Advisory Committee Concerned by COVID-19 in State Correctional Facilities (2020)
Statement of the Oklahoma Advisory Committee on Civil Rights Regarding a Study of Changes to Affirmative Action in Public Education (2020)
Voting Rights and Access in Michigan (2020)
Mass Incarceration and Civil Rights in Arkansas (2020)
Education Funding and Civil Rights in Ohio (2020)
Civil Rights, Prisons and Mental Health in Nebraska (2020)
Disparities in School Discipline in Vermont (2020)
Education Equity in New York: A Forgotten Dream (2020)
Implicit Bias and Policing in Communities of Color in Delaware (2020)
Legal Financial Obligations in the Tennessee Criminal Justice System (2019)
Disparities in School Discipline in Maryland (2019)
WV SAC Advisory Memorandum on the Interaction Between Individuals with Mental Health Issues and the Criminal Justice System
Human Trafficking in Massachusetts (2019)
Vermont Advisory Committee Statement on Proposed Rule by the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development
Advisory Memorandum on Hate Crime in North Dakota (2019)
Advisory Memorandum on Hate Crime in Rhode Island (2019)
Civil Rights and Education Funding in Kansas (2019)
Civil Rights Impacts from Collateral Consequences in West Virginia (2019)
Alaska Native Voting Rights (2019)
Mental Health Implications for Policing Practices and the Administration of Justice in Nevada (2019)
Citizenship Delayed: Civil Rights and Voting Rights Implications of the Backlog in Citizenship and Naturalization Applications (Colorado Advisory Committee 2019)
Disability Rights and Civil Rights in Georgia (2019)
Micronesians in Hawaii: Migrant Group Faces Barriers to Equal Opportunity (2019)
The Criminalization of People with Mental Illnesses in Maine (2019)
Summary of Briefings on Subtle Racism in South Dakota (2019)
Nebraska Advisory Committee Statement on Use of Native American Mascots in Non-Native Public Schools
Advisory Memo on Hate Crimes in Massachusetts
Advisory Memo on Legal Financial Obligations in Tennessee
Bordertown Discrimination in Montana
Advisory Memorandum on Voting Rights in Rhode Island
Advisory Memo on Connecticut’s Prosecutorial Practices
Human Trafficking in Oregon
Payday Lending in Rhode Island
October 2018 - Access to Voting Across America: Collected Reports of the State Advisory Committees to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
October 2018 Commission Sends Letters to State Entities Transmitting Maine Advisory Committee Memorandum on Racial Discrimination in Prosecution and Sentencing
Colorado Constitution’s No Aid to Sectarian Institutions Clause and its Impact on Civil Rights
Elder Abuse in New Mexico
Housing Discrimination in Vermont
The Civil Rights Implications of Tennessee’s Civil Asset Forfeiture Laws and Practices
Advisory Memorandum on Solitary Confinement in Connecticut
Barriers to Voting in Louisiana
Access to Voting in Alabama
Voting Rights in Arizona
Voting Rights in Indiana
Voting Rights in Texas
Voting Rights in Maine
Voting Rights in Ohio
Civil Rights and Voting in Illinois
Fees and Fines and Bail Reform in Maryland
June 2018 Commission Sends Letters to Federal and State Government Entities Transmitting Illinois Advisory Committee Report on Voting Rights
Alaska Native Voting Rights
May 2018 Commission Sends Letters to State Government and Civil Society Organizations Transmitting Minnesota Advisory Committee Report on Civil Rights and Policing Practices
May 2018 Commission Sends Letters to State and Local Entities Transmitting New York Advisory Committee Report on Broken Windows Policing in New York City
Voting Rights in New Hampshire
Civil Rights Implications of Broken Windows Policing in NYC and General NYPD Accountability to the Public
Civil Rights and Policing Practices in Minnesota
Civil Rights and Voting in Illinois
Fees and Fines and Bail Reform in Maryland
Advisory Memo on Racial Discrimination in Criminal Prosecution and Sentencing in Maine
Hate Crime and Civil Rights in Wisconsin
Voting Integrity in California
Human Trafficking and Civil Rights in Ohio
Municipal Fines and Fees in the State of Nevada
Advisory Memorandum Recommending Legislation on Solitary Confinement in Connecticut
Human Trafficking in Maine
Voting Rights and the Kansas Secure and Fair Elections Act
Human Trafficking in Maine
Civil Rights and the School-to-Prison Pipeline in Indiana
Civil Rights and Civil Asset Forfeiture in Michigan
Civil Rights Police-Community Relations in Missouri
Civil Rights and the School-to-Prison Pipeline in Oklahoma
Civil Rights and State-Level Immigration Enforcement in Nebraska
Civil Rights Issues with Federal Childcare Subsidies in Mississippi
Seclusion and Restraint of Children with Disabilities in Kansas Schools
Status of Civil Rights in Oregon
Guarding Civil Rights in Arkansas
Hate Crime and Discrimination against Religious Institutions in Illinois
Police Militarization in Nevada
Advisory Memo on Community – Police Interaction in Missouri
Civil Rights Issues Related to the Barriers to Entrepreneurship in OH
Civil Rights Implications of Comprehensive Immigration Reform in Illinois
Solitary Confinement of Youth in New York
Civil Rights Issues of Ex-Felons in Florida
The Right to Vote and Ex-Felon Disenfranchisement in Tennessee
Immigration and Civil Rights in Georgia
Equal Educational Opportunity: Student Assault and Bullying in Nevada Public Schools
Unemployment Disparity in Minnesota
Equal Educational Opportunity in South Carolina
School Discipline in Georgia
Fair Housing Issues in Ohio
The Somali Community in Barron, Wisconsin and the American Dream
Equal Education Opportunity and Free Speech on Public College and University Campuses in California
Civil Rights in Nevada
Health Facilities in Illinois and Patient Access to Quality Language Interpreters
Civil Rights Implications of Michigan House Bill No. 6256, "Immigration Law Enforcement Act"
Resources Devoted to Civil Rights Enforcement in Minnesota: An Update
Migrant Education in Florida
Kentucky School Discipline Report
Unequal Treatment - Women Incarcerated in NH State Prison System
Human Trafficking in Texas
Is There an Uneven Administration of Justice for Native Hawaiians in Hawaii?
Food Deserts in Chicago
Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing in the District of Columbia
School Discipline in Florida
Overcoming the Barriers Faced by Immigrants in New Jersey
New Jersey Advisory Committee Report on Teacher Quality and Student Achievement
Connecticut Advisory Committee Report on Closing the Attainment Gap in High Schools
District of Columbia Advisory Committee Report on Public Education
Fair Housing in Tennessee
Kentucky Voting Rights Report
No Child Left Behind Act: Greater Emphasis Needed by U.S. Education Department and Local School Officials to Fully Utilize Funds for Supplemental Educational Services
Vermont Advisory Committee Report on Racial Profiling
Fair Housing Enforcement in Kentucky
Ex-Felon Voting Rights in Florida
School Desgregation in Tennessee: 12 Districts Released from Desgregation Orders 17 Districts Remain Under Court Jurisdiction
Desegregation of Public Schools Districts in South Carolina: 19 Public School Districts Have Unitary Status, 15 Districts Remain Under Court Order
North Carolina Fair Housing Report
An Analysis of Title I Allocations by North Carolina's Ten Largest School Districts
Resources for Migrant Children Similar to Other Students but Achievement Still Lags
Desegregation of Public School Districts in Florida
Equal Education Opportunity: An Analysis of the Racial Achievement Gap In Kentucky Urban Schools
The Farmington Report: Civil Rights for Native Americans 30 Years Later
Language and Access to Health Care: Easing Barriers in New Hampshire (June 2005)
City Services and the Justice System: Do Korean American Storeowners in Baltimore, Maryland, Get Equal Treatment? (July 2004)
Civil Rights Implications of Post-September 11 Law Enforcement Practices in New York | PDF (March 2004)
Coping with Police Misconduct in West Virginia (January 2004)
Minneapolis - St. Paul News Coverage of Minority Communities | PDF (December 2003)
Racial Harassment in Vermont Public Schools: A Progress Report | PDF (October 2003)
Civil Rights Concerns in the Metropolitan Washington, D.C., Area in the Aftermath of the September 11, 2001, Tragedies | PDF (June 2003)
Civil Rights Issues in West Virginia | PDF (May 2003)
Arab and Muslim Civil Rights Issues in the Chicago Metropolitan Area Post-September 11 | PDF (May 2003)
The Grand Junction Report: Issues of Equality in the Mesa Valley | PDF (April 2003)
Barriers Facing Minority- and Women-Owned Businesses in Pennsylvania | PDF (August 2002)
Race Relations in Waterloo (June 2002)
Racism's Frontier: The Untold Story of Discrimination and Division in Alaska | PDF (April 2002)
Equal Educational Opportunity for Native American Students in Montana Public Schools (July 2001)
Reconciliation at a Crossroads: The Implications of the Apology Resolution and Rice v. Cayetano for Federal and State Programs Benefiting Native Hawaiians | PDF (June 2001)
Race Relations and Des Moines’ New Immigrants (May 2001)
Civil Rights Issues Facing Arab Americans in Michigan (May 2001)
The Decision to Prosecute Drug Offenders and Homicides in Marion County, Indiana (April 2001)
Community Forum on Race Relations in Racine County, Wisconsin (March 2001)
Who Is Enforcing Civil Rights in Arkansas: Is There a Need for a State Civil Rights Agency? (February 2001)
The Status of Equal Opportunity for Minorities in Moorhead, Minnesota (January 2001)
Community Concerns About Law Enforcement in Sonoma County (May 2000)
Equal Educational Opportunity for Hispanic Students in the Oklahoma City Public Schools (May 2000)
Unequal Justice: African Americans in the Virginia Criminal Justice System (April 2000)
The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996: An Examination of its Impact on Legal Immigrants and Refugees in Rhode Island (March 2000)
Employment Opportunities for Minorities in Montgomery County, Ohio (March 2000)
Native Americans in South Dakota: An Erosion of Confidence in the Justice System (March 2000)
Employment Rehabilitation Services in Michigan (March 2000)
Civil Rights Enforcement Efforts in North Dakota (November 1999)
Equal Housing Opportunities in New York: An Evaluation of Section 8 Housing Programs in Buffalo, Rochester, and Syracuse (October 1999)
Racial Harassment in Vermont Public Schools (February 1999)
Civil Rights Issues Facing the Blind and Visually Impaired in Illinois (June 1999)
Employment Discrimination in Utah (1997)
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Civil Rights Concerns in the Metropolitan Washington, D.C., Area in the Aftermath of the September 11, 2001, Tragedies. By the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia Advisory Committees. 2003. 49 pp.
Federal Immigration Law Enforcement in the Southwest: Civil Rights Impacts on Border Communities. By the Arizona, California, New Mexico, and Texas Advisory Committees. 1997. 125 pp. No. 005-907-00589-8.
Recent Decisions of the Supreme Court and the Proposed Civil Rights Acts of 1990 and 1991. By the Delaware and Pennsylvania Advisory Committees. 1991. 35 pp.
Participation of Minority and Women Contractors in the Northeast Corridor Improvement Project. By the Inter-Regional Advisory Subcommittee on NECIP (representatives from the Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania Advisory Committees). 1986. 36 pp. No. 005-907-00015-2.
State Enforcement of Nondiscrimination Requirements in Education Programs. By the Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska Advisory Committees. 1986. 30 pp. No. 005-907-00014-4.
Federal Affirmative Action Efforts in Mid-America. A report on regional federal employment by the Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska Advisory Committees. 1983. 68 pp. No. 005-907-00010-1.
Energy and Civil Rights. By the Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming Advisory Committees. 1980. 31 pp. No. 005-907-00006-3.
Burning of African American Churches in Alabama and Perceptions of Race Relations. 1996. Transcript, 59 pp., and executive summary, 15 pp.
Crisis and Opportunity: Race Relations in Selma. 1991. 86 pp. No. 005-907-00055-1.
The Employment of Minorities and Women by Alabama State Government. 1989. 45 pp.
Civil Rights Issues in Birmingham. 1988. 17 pp. No. 005-907-00053-5.
Alaskan Natives and Other Minorities in the Special Education Programs of Four Alaskan School Districts. 1999. 12 pp.
Enforcing Civil Rights in Alaska: Who is Handling the Complaints? 1995. 21 pp. No. 005-907-00584-7.
Minority and Women’s Business Enterprise Programs in Alaska. 1989. 75 pp. No. 005-907-00061-6.
Changing Commitment into Action—Employment of Women and Minorities in Alaska State Government. 1980. 105 pp. No. 005-907-00060-8.
Tragedy Along the Arizona-Mexico Border: Undocumented Immigrants Face the Desert. 2002. Transcript and executive summary. 63 pp.
Voting Rights Issues in San Luis, Arizona. 1992. 12 pp. No. 005-902-00060-6.
Implementation in Arizona of the Immigration Reform and Control Act. 1990.
Civil Rights Issues in Arkansas, 1991–92. 1992. 15 pp.
Civil Rights Concerns of Older Americans. 1989. 17 pp.
Civil Rights Issues in Arkansas. 1989. No. 005-907-00083-7.
Working With Your School. 1978. 108 pp. No. 005-907-00080-2.
Community Concerns about Law Enforcement in Sonoma County. 2000. 61 pp.
Fair and Open Environment? Bigotry and Violence on College Campuses in California. 1991. 18 pp.
Implementation in California of the Immigration Reform and Control Act: A Preliminary Review. 1989. 40 pp.
California State Employment. 1980. 26 pp. No. 005-907-00092-6.
Behind the Scenes: Equal Employment Opportunity in the Motion Picture Industry. 1978. 48 pp. No. 005-907-00091-8.
The Retention of Minority Students in Colorado Public Institutions of Higher Education: Fort Lewis and Adams State Colleges. 1995. 50 pp. No. 005-907-00582-1.
Nativism Rekindled: A Report on the Effort to Make English Colorado’s Official Language. 1989. 27 pp.
Implementation in Colorado of the Immigration Reform and Control Act: A Preliminary Review. 1989. 35 pp. No. 005-907-00117-5.
Hispanic Student Dropout Problem in Colorado. 1987. No. 005-907-00116-7.
Energy Policy Handbook: Challenges, Alternatives, and Resources. 1980. 16 pp. No. 005-907-00111-6.
Campus Tensions in Connecticut: Searching for Solutions in the Nineties. 1994. 110 pp. No. 005-907-00583-9.
Southeast Asian Refugees and Their Access to Health and Mental Health Services. 1990. 30 pp.
Collecting Data on Bias-Related Incidents in Connecticut. 1987. 7 pp. No. 005-907-00123-0.
Battered Women in Hartford, Connecticut: Six Years After. 1985. 57 pp. No. 005-907-00122-1.
Delaware Citizens Guide to Civil Rights and Supporting Services. 2001. 123 pp.
Nutrition Services for Minority Elderly; Census Data and Hispanic Elderly; and State Grant-in-Aid Program. 1989. 22 pp.
Legal Assistance Available to Minority Prisoners in Delaware. 1989. 31 pp. No. 005-907-00127-2.
District of Columbia
Residential Mortgage Lending Disparities in Washington, DC. 1998. 45 pp.
Handicap Protection for AIDS Victims in Washington, DC. 1989. 60 pp. No. 005-907-00132-9.
Neighborhood Renewal—Reinvestment and Displacement in D.C. 1981. 25 pp. No. 005-907-00131-1.
Race Relations in St. Petersburg, Florida. Transcript, vol. 1, Dec. 3, 1996, 60 pp.; vol. 2, Dec. 4, 1996, 87 pp.; executive summary, 19 pp.
Racial and Ethnic Tensions in Florida. 1996. 42 pp.
Police-Community Relations in Tampa—An Update. 1991. 20 pp.
Police-Community Relations in Miami. 1989. 80 pp.
Bigotry and Violence in Georgia. 1989. 24 pp.
Perceptions of Hate Group Activity in Georgia. 1982. 37 pp. No. 005-907-00150-7.
A Broken Trust. The Hawaiian Homelands Program: Seventy Years of Failure of the Federal and State Governments to Protect the Civil Rights of Native Hawaiians. 1991. 84 pp. No. 005-907-00163-9.
Public Education in Idaho—Does It Meet the Needs of All Students. 1992. 31 pp.
Arab and Muslim Civil Rights Issues in the Chicago Metropolitan Area Post-September 11. 2003. 77 pp.
Police Protection of the African American Community in Chicago: An Update. 1999. 40 pp.
Race Relations and Equal Education Opportunities at Proviso West High School. 1996. 59 pp.
Police Protection of the African American Community in Chicago. 1993. 54 pp. No. 005-908-00017-5.
Rights of the Hearing Impaired. 1990. 286 pp. No. 005-907-0566-9.
Efforts to Promote Housing Integration in Atrium Village and the South Suburbs. 1990. 55 pp.
Desegregating Cabrini Green. 1988. 23 pp. No. 005-907-00184-1.
Bigotry and Violence in Illinois. 1988. 18 pp. No. 005-907-00185-0.
Industrial Revenue Bonds: Equal Opportunity in Chicago’s IRB Program? 1986. 48 pp. No. 005-907-00183-3.
Housing: Chicago Style. 1982. 139 pp. No. 005-907-00182-5.
Civil Rights Issues Facing Muslims and Arab Americans in Indiana Post-September 11. 2002. Transcript and executive summary. 38 pp.
The Decision to Prosecute Drug Offenses and Homicides in Marion County, Indiana. 2001. 33 pp.
The Enforcement of Affirmative Action Compliance in Indiana Under Executive Order 11246. 1996. 75 pp.
Hate Crime in Indiana: A Monitoring of the Level, Victims, Locations, and Motivations. 1994. 20 pp.
The Increase of Hate Crime in Indiana. 1992. 43 pp.
Equal Employment Opportunity in Indianapolis Area Government. 1982. 90 pp. No. 005-907-00192-2.
Equal Opportunity in the Fort Wayne Community Schools: A Reassessment. 1979. 17 pp. No. 005-907-00191-4.
Selected Civil Rights Issues in Iowa’s Public Education. 1990. 15 pp.
Race Relations in Rural Western Kansas Towns. 1998. 16 pp.
Racial and Religious Tensions on Selected Kansas College Campuses. 1992. 14 pp.
Community Forum on the Status of Civil Rights in Garden City and Finney County, Kansas. 1987. 22 pp. No. 005-907-00219-8.
Bias and Bigotry in Kentucky. 1997. 67 pp.
The Employment of Minorities and Women by Kentucky State Government. 1989. 80 pp.
Civil Rights Issues in Kentucky. 1989. 24 pp. No. 005-907-00228-7.
Segregation in Louisville and Lexington Public Housing. 1988. 20 pp. No. 005-907-00227-9.
Fair Housing in Louisville: The Community Block Grant Program. 1982. 34 pp. No. 005-907-00226-1.
Burning of African American Churches in Louisiana and Perceptions of Race Relations. 1996. Transcript, 64 pp., and executive summary, 17 pp.
The Battle for Environmental Justice in Louisiana . . . Government, Industry, and the People. 1993. 144 pp. No. 005-907-00575-8.
Voter Registration in Louisiana Parishes. 1989. 27 pp.
The Administration of Justice for Homosexual Persons in New Orleans. 1989. 83 pp.
Proposed Education Vouchers in Louisiana. 1989. No. 005-907-00237-6.
The Status of Civil Rights in Louisiana. 1988. No. 005-907-00238-4.
Fair Housing in America: Vol. I, Community Development in Louisiana. 1981. 41 pp. No. 005-907-00236-8.
Limited-English-Proficient Students in Maine: An Assessment of Equal Educational Opportunities. 2001. 32 pp.
Civil Rights Issues in Maine: A Briefing Summary on Hate Crimes, Racial Tensions, and Migrant/Immigrant Workers. 1996. 13 pp.
Civil Rights Issues in Maine. 1989. 58 pp. No. 005-907-00247-3.
Campus Tensions in Massachusetts: Searching for Solutions in the Nineties. 1992. 46 pp. No. 005-907-00570-7.
Community Perspectives on the Massachusetts Civil Rights Act. 1991.
Stemming Violence and Intimidation Through the Massachusetts Civil Rights Act. 1989.
Implementing the Massachusetts Civil Rights Act. 1983. 40 pp. No. 005-907-00267-8.
Civil Rights Issues Facing Arab Americans in Michigan. 2001. 34 pp.
Community Forum on Race Relations in Grand Rapids. 1998. 40 pp.
Discipline in Michigan Public Schools and Government Enforcement of Equal Education Opportunity. 1996. 136 pp.
Civil Rights Implications of Minority Student Dropouts. 1990. 28 pp.
Affirmative Action in Michigan Cities. 1982. 56 pp. No. 005-907-00276-7.
Reinvestment and Housing Equality in Michigan: Local Decisions and Federal Funds. 1980. 114 pp. No. 005-907-00275-9.
Civil Rights Issues Facing Muslims and Arab Americans in Minnesota Post-September 11. 2002. Transcript and executive summary. 10 pp.
Focus on Affirmative Action. 1998. 42 pp.
Resources Devoted to Local and Federal Civil Rights Enforcement in Minnesota. 1996. 60 pp.
Stereotyping of Minorities by the News Media in Minnesota. 1993. 40 pp. No. 005-907-00574-0.
Education Opportunities for American Indians in Minneapolis and St. Paul Public Schools. 1992. 19 pp.
Bigotry and Violence in Minnesota. 1989. 20 pp.
Civic Crisis and Civic Challenge . . . Police-Community Relations in Jackson, Mississippi. 1998. 140 pp.
Burning of African American Churches in Mississippi and Perceptions of Race Relations. Transcript, 81 pp., and executive summary, 1996. 18 pp.
Race Relations in Springfield. 1999. 24 pp.
Race Relations in Pemiscot County. 1994. 42 pp.
Bigotry and Violence on Missouri’s College Campuses. 1990. 19 pp.
Missouri Human Rights Agencies. 1988. 100 pp. No. 005-907-00303-8.
Race Relations in Cooper County, Missouri. 1979. 30 pp. No. 005-907-00296-1.
White Supremacist Activity in Montana. 1994. 70 pp. No. 005-907-00576-6.
Access to the Legal Profession in Montana. 1981. 30 pp. No. 005-907-00576-6.
Race Relations in Western Nebraska. 1994. 41 pp.
Bigotry and Violence on Nebraska’s College Campuses. 1990. 20 pp.
Police-Community Relations in Omaha. 1982. 92 pp. No. 005-907-00327-5.
Follow up to the Report Police-Community Relations in Reno, Nevada (May 1992). 1999. 6 pp.
Police-Community Relations in Reno, Nevada. 1992. 39 pp. No. 005-906-00011-3.
The Impact of Two Consent Decrees on Employment at Major Hotel/Casinos in Nevada. 1989. 58 pp. No. 005-907-00343-7.
Shortchanging the Language Minority Student. 1982. 128 pp. No. 005-907-00351-8.
Battered Women and New Hampshire Justice System. 1980. 35 pp. No. 005-907-00350-0.
Equal Educational Opportunity for Minority Students in the Morris School District. 1990. 33 pp.
Incidents of Bigotry and Violence in Essex County. 1988. 25 pp. No. 005-907-00363-1.
Battered Women in New Jersey. 1981. 33 pp. No. 005-907-00361-5.
Implementation in New Mexico of the Immigration Reform and Control Act: A Preliminary Review. 1989. 54 pp. No. 005-907-00272-4.
Resolving Intergroup Conflicts in New York City. 1994. 61 pp.
Shelter Issues in New York: The New Fair Housing Amendments and Western New York Public Housing. 1992. 45 pp.
Minority Elderly Access to Health Care and Nursing Homes. 1992. 69 pp.
A Follow up Forum on Census Undercounts and Preparations for the 1990 Census. 1990. 42 pp.
Census Undercounts and Preparations for the 1990 Census. 1988. 37 pp. No. 005-907-00396-8.
Reporting on Bias-Related Incidents in New York State. 1988. 16 pp. No. 005-907-00395-0.
Burning of African American Churches in North Carolina and Perceptions of Race Relations. 1996. Transcript, 56 pp., and executive summary, 12 pp.
In-School Segregation in North Carolina Public Schools. 1991. 11 pp.
Black/White Perceptions—Race Relations in Greensboro. 1980. 51 pp. No. 005-907-00401-8.
Native American Students in North Dakota Special Education Programs. 1993. 53 pp. No. 005-907-00573-1.
Housing and Utility Rate Issues on Reservations in North Dakota. 1990. 54 pp.
Civil Rights Issues Facing Muslims and Arab Americans in Ohio Post-September 11. 2002. Transcript and executive summary. 23 pp.
Ohio Consultation: Focus on Affirmative Action. 1998. 118 pp.
The Impact of the City of Richmond v. J.A. Croson Decision Upon Minority and Female Business Programs in Selected Ohio Cities. 1997. Vol. 1, Summary Report, Appendices A-D, 65 pp.; vol. 2, Appendix E, 98 pp.; vol. 3, Appendices F-H, 137 pp.
Race Relations in Toledo: A Summary Report of a Community Forum. 1989. 34 pp.
Policing in Cincinnati, Ohio: Official Policy and/vs. Civilian Reality. 1981. 73 pp. No. 005-907-00422-1.
Affirmative Action or Inaction? The Pursuit of Equal Employment Opportunity in Cleveland. 1977. 77 pp. No. 005-907-00421-2.
Selected Administration of Justice Issues Affecting American Indians in Oklahoma. 1989. 25 pp.
Reporting on Bias-Related Incidents in Pennsylvania: A Followup Forum. 1990. 18 pp.
Implementing the 1988 Fair Housing Amendments Act. 1990. 49 pp.
Reporting on Bias-Related Incidents in Pennsylvania. 1988. 15 pp. No. 005-907-00441-7.
Bigotry and Violence in Rhode Island. 1990. 27 pp.
Implementation in Rhode Island of the Immigration Reform and Control Act: A Preliminary Review. 1989. 47 pp. No. 005-907-00452-2.
Redistricting in Rhode Island: Its Problems, Practice and Promise. 1986. 170 pp. No. 005-907-00451-4.
Burning of African American Churches in South Carolina and Perceptions of Race Relations. 1996. Transcript, 79 pp., and executive summary, 15 pp.
Reversing Political Powerlessness for Black Voters in South Carolina: Will Single-Member Election Districts Lead to Political Segregation? 1991. 34 pp.
Native Americans in South Dakota: An Erosion of Confidence in the Justice System. 2000. 42 pp.
Native Americans and the Administration of Justice in South Dakota. Transcript, 2000. 205 pp.
Equality Issues in South Dakota Women’s Employment. 1996. 80 pp.
Employment Discrimination and Women in South Dakota: A Legislative Handbook. 1993. 27 pp. No. 005-908-00018-3.
Burning of African American Churches in Tennessee and Perceptions of Race Relations. Transcript, 55 pp., and executive summary, 1996. 20 pp.
Racial Tensions in Tennessee. 1996. 33 pp.
Desegregation of Public Higher Education in Tennessee. 1989. 152 pp.
Affirmative Action and Equal Employment: Knoxville and Oak Ridge. 1982. 63 pp. No. 005-907-00481-6.
Early Childhood Education Issues in Texas: Implications for Civil Rights. 1990. 70 pp.
Implementation in Texas of the Immigration Reform and Control Act: A Preliminary Review. 1989. 6 pp.
Implementation in Utah of the Immigration Reform and Control Act: Phases One and Two. 1990. 40 pp.
Ageism Affecting the Hiring and Employment of Older Workers. 1990. 30 pp.
Civil Rights Enforcement in Vermont. 1987. 25 pp. No. 005-907-00513-8.
Unequal Justice: African Americans in the Virginia Criminal Justice System. 2000. 24 pp.
Dealing with Disproportionality in the Juvenile Justice System: The State of Washington’s Approach. 1997. 32 pp.
Equal Employment Opportunity in Tacoma Area Local Government. 1980. 48 pp. No. 005-907-00530-8.
Coping with Police Misconduct in West Virginia: Citizen Involvement in Officer Disciplinary Procedures—A Review of Existing Law, Legislative Initiatives, and Disciplinary Models. 2004. 35 pp.
Rising Racial Tensions in Logan County, West Virginia. 1995. 49 pp.
Police-Community Relations in Southern West Virginia. 1993. 31 pp. No. 005-906-00012-1.
Civil Rights Laws and Legislation in West Virginia. 1989. 28 pp.
Minorities and Women in Higher Education in West Virginia and Civil Rights Issues in the Huntington Area. 1989. 13 pp.
Civil Rights Issues Facing Muslims and Arab Americans in Wisconsin Post-September 11. 2002. Transcript and executive summary. 23 pp.
The Hmong in Green Bay: Refugees in a New Land. 1998. 45 pp.
Wisconsin Consultation: Focus on Affirmative Action. 1998. 139 pp.
Police Protection of the African American Community in Milwaukee. 1994. 139 pp. No. 005-907-00580-4.
Impact of School Desegregation in Milwaukee Public Schools on Quality Education for Minorities. . . . 15 Years Later. 1992. 35 pp. No. 005-907-00569-3.
Discrimination Against Chippewa Indians in Northern Wisconsin. 1989. 26 pp.
Public Sector Efforts to Promote Employment and Business Opportunities for Minorities and Women in Milwaukee. 1988. 48 pp. No. 005-907-00553-7.
Civil Rights Issues in Wyoming. 1988. No. 005-907-00565-1.
Corporate Reactions to Workplace Conditions in Wyoming. 1982. 15 pp. No. 005-907-00562-6.
Workplace Conditions in Wyoming: Women and Minorities in the Mineral Extraction Industries. 1982. 58 pp. No. 005-907-00561-8.