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Google Alert - "AFFIRMATIVE ACTION"

  1. University of Minnesota gets tougher on sexual misconduct
    Past university policy required only supervisors and employees in advisory roles to report incidents of sexual misconduct. Tina Marisam, director of the Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action, said the goal is to provide resources to victims of sexual misconduct. She said the university will train ...
  2. Toobin: What excruciating video of judicial nominee reveals
    Since most federal cases never reach the Supreme Court, these judges will be able to shape the law that affects millions of people. Their agendas are clear: anti-abortion rights, anti-gay rights, opposition to affirmative action, limitations on voting rights and lower barriers between church and state.
  3. Toobin: What excruciating video of judicial nominee reveals
    Their agendas are clear: anti-abortion rights, anti-gay rights, opposition to affirmative action, limitations on voting rights and lower barriers between church and state. Petersen may have had a bad day in the Senate, but the conservative cause is otherwise flourishing in the courts. TM & © 2017 Cable ...
  4. A French entrepreneur's memoirs tell remarkable tales of 30 years of battling discrimination
    It was great.” Moving forward, Tighanimine believes in affirmative action until diversity is ensured. “Institutions and organization should have quotas. Many people can't find a job or get apartments or bank loans. When you're from a background like mine, it's like you have a stamp on your forehead.
  5. University of Minnesota Gets Tougher on Sexual Misconduct
    Tina Marisam, director of the Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action, said the goal is to provide resources to victims of sexual misconduct. She said the university will train employees to give them the tools to respond. Some faculty members and graduate students have said the new rules might ...
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