Hearings Before the United States Commission on Civil Rights: Hearings Held in Memphis, Tennessee, June 25-26, 1962
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1963 - 490 páginas
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action administrative advisement answer applicants Approve assigned assistant believe BERNHARD BLAYLOCK board of education building called City of Memphis Clerk colored Commissioner Commissioner ROBINSON committee concerned correct course court Duties E. H. Crump employed employees employment Equip facilities fact give going grade GRISWOLD high school Hospital housing industry labor maker mechanic meeting Negro operation opportunity particular patients percent person personnel physicians Planning position practice present problem promotion qualified question race RANKIN reason received Recommendation record request residential Road Salary segregated selection Shelby County side South staff statement Street Subdivision teachers Tennessee Thank thing tion understand union units University Vice Chairman STOREY Worker
Página 6 - It does not adjudicate. It does not hold trials or determine anyone's civil or criminal liability. It does not issue orders. Nor does it indict, punish, or impose any legal sanctions. It does not make determinations depriving anyone of his Hie, liberty or property.
Página 202 - Where possible, apprenticeable titles have been identified by code number relating them to jobs denned in the Dictionary of Occupational Titles published by the United States Department of Labor.
Página 349 - Saturday, because the colored race is the last to be hired and the first to be fired...
Página 231 - Service: (a) To promote employment opportunity for all applicants on the basis of their skills, abilities and job qualifications. (b) To make definite continuous effort with employers with whom relationships are established, to the end that their hiring specifications be based exclusively on job performance factors.
Página 343 - The merged federation shall constitutionally recognize the right of all workers, without regard to race, creed, color, or national origin to share in the full benefits of trade union organization in the merged federation.
Página 199 - ... (4) A progressively increasing schedule of wages. (5) Proper supervision of on-the-job training with adequate facilities to train apprentices. (6) Periodic evaluation of the apprentice's progress, both in job performance and related instruction, and the maintenance of appropriate records.
Página 199 - Organized Instruction designed to provide the apprentice with knowledge in technical subjects related to his trade. (A minimum of 144 hours per year is normally considered necessary.) (4) A progressively increasing schedule of wages.
Página 385 - Do you solemnly swear that the testimony you are about to give before this committee will be the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help you God ? Mr.
Página 231 - ... (c) To assist the President's Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity in effectuating Executive Order 10925 by not accepting discriminatory job orders from Federal establishments or from employers on Federal contracts, and by cooperating with procurement agencies and other appropriate agencies of the Government in their efforts to secure compliance with nondiscrimination clauses in Government contracts.