EEOC chair Clarence Thomas criticized a GAO report that said the EEOC did not fully investigate 80% of job discrimination claims
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October 13, 1988 EEOC chair Clarence Thomas criticized
a GAO report that said
the EEOC did not fully investigate 80% of job discrimination claims
over a three-month period last year.
In a statement, EEOC chair Clarence Thomas said
the report by GAO, an investigative arm of Congress, “trivializes civil rights
enforcement to a level commensurate with widget making.
It’s politically motivated, highly misleading and
deficient in several major regards.”
Q: did EEOC Chairman Clarence Thomas ever rectify Ms. Bruner’s demotion?
Asked to justify the existence of the EEOC, which he headed for(e!) eight years, Clarence Thomas said:
“Well, in a free society I don’t think there would be a need for it to exist.Unfortunately, the reality was that, for political reasons or whatever, there was a need to enforce anti-discrimination laws, or at least there was a perceived need to do that. Why do you need a Department of Labor? Why do you need a Department of Agriculture? Why do you need a Department of Commerce? You can go down the whole list — you don’t need any of them, really.”
Former EEOC chairman Brown said that he took a dozen (not a baker’s
dozen?) EEOC secretaries and trained them to become EEOC investigators
Q1: has the NYPD ever taken a dozen (not a baker’s dozen?) NYPD secretaries and trained them to become NYPD investigators?