The Application of Title VII

This 5 page paper considers the application of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and assesses the implications in terms of a specific case scenario. This paper identifies the central issues of a case and considers the positions presented, providing a decision based on the facts and the statutory language of Title VII. Bibliography lists 1 sources.

Employment Inequalities and the Civil Rights Act of 1964

A 7 page overview of the goals and objectives of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. A particular emphasis is placed on Title VII of this Act. This paper points out the goals and objectives of this Act have yet to be fully achieved. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

Article Analysis: American Indian Societies

This 3 page paper analyzes selections about Native Americans in the section, "Transformation, Endurance, and Rejuvenation of American Indian Societies, 1870-1995" from the Gregory Gordon text. The various selections presented include modern day accounts as well as historical works, including letters from soldiers and Native Americans. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

The Relevance of Pope Urban II's 1095 Speech

This 3 page paper examines the speech that would call for the First Crusade. The social and political background of the speech is examined as well as why the Pope received such overwhelming support. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

The Culture and Operation of the Special Court in Sierra Leone

The Sierra Leone Special Court is an Ad Hoc court set up to hear the cases of those most responsible the atrocities in the Sierra Leone civil war. The model used was unprecedented with the court set up under a treaty rather under a resolution mandated by Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter. This has resulted in a court that has limited powers when compared to other similar tribunals set up by the United Nations, such as the International Criminal Tribunals for Yugoslavia (ICTY) and the International Criminal Tribunals for Rwanda (ICTR). The culture of the court reflects these limitations as well as the circumstances that led to its creations and the operational restraints. This 23 page paper considers the background, including the atrocities of the civil war and the failed peace agreements and then looks at issues such as the power and jurisdiction of the court to assess the culture and operations. The bibliography cites 12 sources.