Civil Rights Digest, Volume 2

U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, 1969
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Page 51 - If there is no struggle, there is no progress. Those who profess to favor freedom and yet deprecate agitation are men who want crops without plowing up the ground, they want rain without thunder and lightning. They want the ocean without the awful roar of its many waters.
Page 5 - Columbia for a declaratory judgment that such qualification, prerequisite, standard, practice, or procedure does not have the purpose and will not have the effect of denying or abridging the right to vote on account of race or color...
Page 48 - It is clear that the cause of action is one which "arises under" the Federal Constitution. The complaint alleges that the 1901 statute effects an apportionment that deprives the appellants of the equal protection of the laws in violation of the Fourteenth Amendment.
Page 46 - ... developed, conducted, and administered with the maximum feasible participation of residents of the areas and members of the groups served...
Page 34 - We do not want to quibble over words, 'but "malnutrition" is not quite what we found ; the boys and girls we saw were hungry — weak, in pain, sick : their lives are being shortened ; they are, in fact, visibly and predictably losing their health, their enegry, their spirits.
Page 43 - Neither the State nor any subdivision or agency thereof shall deny, limit or abridge, directly or indirectly, the right of any person who is willing or desires to sell, lease or rent any part or all of his real property, to decline to sell, lease or rent such property to such person or persons as he, in his absolute discretion, chooses.
Page 34 - We do not want to quibble over words, but "malnutrition" is not quite what we found; the boys and girls we saw were hungry— weak, in pain, sick; their lives are being shortened; they are, in fact, visibly and predictably losing their health, their energy, their spirits. They are suffering from hunger and disease and directly or indirectly they are dying from them— which is exactly what "starvation
Page 4 - blame" instead of "responsibility" because neither group could be considered socially responsible when they collaborate on racism. It would be a simple explanation, not warranted by the complexity of the situation, to suggest that advertising agencies are amoral, image-exploiters, freely damning the image of anyone they damn please, or at least those who cannot damn them back. This is rejected out of hand, because advertising men and women are very much concerned with making a beautiful moral image...
Page 27 - December 14, 1965, they met and adopted a policy that any student wearing an armband to school would be asked to remove it, and if he refused he would be suspended until he returned without the armband.
Page 28 - Desegregation" means the assignment of students to public schools and within such schools without regard to their race, color, religion, or national origin, but "desegregation" shall not mean the assignment of students to public schools in order to overcome racial imbalance.

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