Family Relocation Under Urban Renewal in Connecticut: Problems and Proposals in a Typical Federal Government Program Involving Relocation : Report of the Connecticut Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights
The Commission, 1963 - 74 páginas
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Página 72 - Any person claiming to be aggrieved by an alleged unfair employment practice may, by himself or his attorney, make, sign and file with the commission a complaint in writing under oath, which shall state the name and address of the person...
Página 72 - ... extended for not to exceed 60 days following the expiration of the initial 60 days, if a person allegedly aggrieved by such violation first obtained knowledge of the facts of such alleged violation after the expiration of the initial 60 days from date of its occurrence.
Página 72 - ... in the case of unfair employment practices, and the provisions of said chapter as to the powers, duties and rights of the commission, the complainant, the court, the attorney general and the respondent shall apply to any proceeding under the provisions of this section.
Página 72 - ... any person claiming to be aggrieved by a violation of either section may, by himself or his attorney, make, sign and file with the civil rights commission a complaint in writing under oath which shall state the circumstances of such violation and the particulars thereof and shall contain such other information as may be required by the commission. In addition, the commission, whenever it has reason to believe that section 53-35 has been or is being violated, may issue a complaint.
Página 34 - ... nonwhite families had moved during the 1950-60 decade . The report of the Connecticut Advisory Committee to the US Commission on Civil Rights  indicates that although neighborhood racial composition was relatively unchanged for nonwhite families before and after relocation, "there seems to be little doubt about the flight of white families into all-white neighborhoods after relocation.
Página 14 - A city is dying when it has an eye for real estate value but has lost its heart for personal values, when it has an understanding of traffic flow but little concern about the flow of human beings, when we have increasing competence in building but less and less time for housing and ethical codes, when human values are absent at the heart of the city's...