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    2004 Elections and Civil Rights

    The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights heard testimony regarding preparations for the 2004 election. Among the specific topics addressed were new voting systems, voter identification…

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    Equal Opportunity in Education

    Commissioners heard testimony about how various education programs would impact equal opportunity. They discussed voucher programs and high-stakes testing. They also addressed the final…

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    Voting Irregularities in Florida, Afternoon Session

    Commissioners heard testimony from Florida residents, election officials, and others about the 2000 elections and allegations that election procedures and practices disenfranchised several…

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    National Police Policies and Civil Rights

    Commission members and criminal justice experts talked about civil rights dimensions of alleged police misconduct and recent investigations into relations between the police and the…

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    Racism and Sexism in U.S. Police Departments

    Commissioners heard from police officers and other law enforcement officials concerning the level of racism and sexism within police departments. They discussed several aspects of this…

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    Socioeconomic Effects of Racial Tension, Pt.1

    Following the Los Angeles riots, the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights held a series of hearings to discuss race relations in America. In this hearing, the commission heard testimony from…

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    Multiculturalism

    The Commission on Civil Rights sponsored a hearing on multiculturalism in American education during its two day series of hearings on rising racial and ethnic tensions in America. Witnesses…

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