By no means

April 07, 2008

The National Association of Scholars website has posted an article authored by CIR president Terence Pell about recent CIR efforts to force three Michigan universities to disclose data showing the harmful effects of racial preference on the academic performance of minority students. Preliminary data (summarized in declarations made by expert witness Richard

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By No Means: Michigan Judge Turns Tables On Advocacy Groups Determined To Derail Civil Rights Initiative

April 07, 2008

Some means are by no means necessary.

By Terence Pell

That’s what Federal District Court Judge David Lawson decided last month about the efforts of a Michigan advocacy group that calls itself the “Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action, Integration, and Immigrant Rights and Fight for Equality by Any Means Necessary” or, more

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CIR challenges abusive housing discrimination investigations

April 01, 2008

CA officials stifled criticism of sex offenders placed in residential neighborhoods

Washington, D.C.: The Center for Individual Rights today filed suit against several officials of the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (“DFEH”) on behalf of California resident Julie Waltz.

In 2006, DFEH officials opened an abusive investigation of Waltz solely

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CIR sues to end abusive housing discrimination investigations

April 01, 2008

CIR filed suit against officials of the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing charging that they willfully violated the First Amendment rights of California citizen Julie Waltz. Despite clear evidence that Waltz had done nothing more than post signs in her yard critical of state housing policies regarding the

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