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    • Fair housing rental practices and attitudes in Oklahoma.

    • Discrimination in housing--Oklahoma.;Discrimination in housing--Oklahoma--Public opinion.;Public opinion--Oklahoma.
    • "A primary concern of the statewide audit was to obtain a representative picture of the nature and extent of discriminatory practices in the rental market.";"The purpose of this report is to present information gathered through the Oklahoma...
    • Female, racial, and ethnic employment : state and private workforces in the Oklahoma City SMSA.

    • Minorities--Employment--Oklahoma--Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area--Statistics.; Women--Employment--Oklahoma--Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area--Statistics.; Labor and laboring classes--Oklahoma--Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area--Statistics.
    • This report compares, within the Oklahoma City Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area (SMSA), female and minority employment in private industry and business with a segment of the State of Oklahoma's classified work force. Additionally, some...
    • Fair housing audit of rental practices in Oklahoma

    • Discrimination in housing--Oklahoma.
    • "the Commission determined in May, 1985 that a study of racial discrimination in the rental industry in Oklahoma would serve to identify the extent of the problem, a crucial step in the process of ultimately eliminating all forms of housing...
    • Race relations in Oklahoma

    • Oklahoma--Race relations.; Minorities--Oklahoma.
    • In 1963 the 29th Oklahoma Legislature created the Human Rights Commission and directed it 'to work toward removing friction, eliminating discrimination, and promoting unity and understanding among all the people of Oklahoma.'; This study intends to...
    • Report of the April 26, 1977 hearing on Indian civil rights issues in northwestern Oklahoma

    • Indians of North America--Oklahoma--Social conditions.; Cheyenne Indians--Social conditions.; Arapaho Indians--Social conditions.; Indians of North America--Oklahoma--Civil rights.
    • It has been abundantly clear to the Oklahoma Human Rights Commission since its inception that for many reasons, racial prejudice among them, American Indians in Northwest Oklahoma have not been able to achieve their full potential.; On April 26,...
    • Police-citizen relations in Oklahoma

    • Police--Complaints against--Oklahoma; Police shootings--Oklahoma.; Police-community relations--Oklahoma.
    • For the past ten years, and recently at an increasing rate, Oklahoma citizens have been complaining of abuse by law enforcement officers. The criminal justice system is perceived by many as being either incapable or unwilling to investigate abuse...
    • Hate groups 1985

    • Hate groups--Oklahoma.;White supremacy movements--Oklahoma.;Hate groups--United States.;Oklahoma--Race relations.
    • ...The unfolding of these events in the media, as well as the concerns expressed to the Commission in May, 1985, by interested citizens in eastern Oklahoma, prompted the Oklahoma Human Rights Commission to determine that a study of the 'Hate Group'...
    • Voting rights project

    • Election law--Oklahoma.; Voting--Oklahoma.
    • The Oklahoma Human Rights Commission Voting Rights Project represents a continued effort on the part of the Human Rights Commission to serve as a liaison between Oklahoma linguistic minorities and applicable election officials. This report is a...

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