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EEO Fast Facts Tables and Charts

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Workforce Analysis Data Tables and Charts


By Race/Ethnicity and Disability

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By Race/Ethnicity and Disability

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Training & Events

More information on OCR Sponsored Workshops and Events

Other Events and Conferences


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Civil Rights Headlines

The 2014 National Black History Month theme will be : " The Golden Jubilee of the Civil Rights Act."

The 2014 National Womens History Month theme will be: "Celebrating Women of Character, Courage and Commitment."

Disability Booklet: "EEO: Questions and Answers about the Disability Program"

Census Facts for Features: Women's History Month

Census Facts for Features: Black History Month

Presidential Procramation: National African American History Month 2013

At the Crossroads of Freedom and Equality

Presidential Proclamation for National Native American Heritage Month

U.S. Census Bureau American Indian/Alaska Native Facts for Features

Presidential Proclamation - Women's Equality Day

U.S. Census Bureau Hispanic Heritage Month Facts for Features

EEOC Files Three New Cases Under Amended Americans with Disabilities Act

To learn about the complaints process in the federal sector, go to 29 CFR 1614.


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