FEPC


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FEPC

abbr.
Fair Employment Practices Commission

FEPC

Fair Employment Practices Commission.
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93) In charting debates surrounding state FEPC laws, Engstrom demonstrates that critiques of administrative enforcement were present by the late 1930s and 1940s, such that the American Civil Liberties Union, National Lawyers Guild, and certain community-based civil rights groups advocated for a private right of action in the New York statutes.
MOWM and the FEPC were not the products of legislation drafted by white politicians.
For Rosenberg's confessions of a lack of memory concerning her part in the controversy surrounding the threatened March on Washington and the ensuing creation of the FEPC, see Interview with Lash, November 10, 1969 and Soapes Interview, 12-13.
See Chafe, supra note 7, at 16 (arguing that the FEPC was a
Zamora provides additional support for his general conclusions about the FEPC by focusing more narrowly on oil refining on the upper Gulf Coast and the smelting and alkali industries in Corpus Christi.
29, 1950, Appendix to the Congressional Record, 1950, A3747; "Conciliation and Consultation, Not Coercion, Answer to FEPC Problem," Extension of Remarks of Hon.
of New York at Old Westbury) presenting Mitchell's papers, this book is the first of two covering the FEPC years.
Diseno de la estrategia de promocion cooperativa FEPC para productores agricolas en el Estado Trujillo, Venezuela.
The FEPC proved ineffective, but it gave notice to Congress and the public that civil rights was on the president's agenda and that he was willing to act alone to improve them.
Truman was proposing to make the FEPC a permanent agency.
Although Bernstein is quite dismissive of the efficacy of the FEPC, (77) recent scholarship suggests that the FEPC had a significant impact on black employment in the defense industry in nonsouthern states.