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The Civil Rights Act of 1991 (CRA)

The Civil Rights Act of 1991amends Title VIIof the Civil Rights Act of 1964to strengthen federal civil rights laws, improve the understanding of the laws, and allow for damages in regards to intentional discrimination in employment. The Civil Rights Act makes the following assertions that Congress finds:

  • Additional assistance is needed under federal law to prevent discriminationand harassment in the workplace.

  • The ruling in Wards Cove Packing Co. v. Atonio reduced the protections of Federal civil rights.

  • Unlawful discriminationin employment requires additional legislation to eliminate the practice.

By placing the CRA into law, Congress intended to provide ways for eliminating intentional discriminationand unlawful harassment in the workplace. They defined provisions to ensure governmental authority over the Civil Rights Act and to strengthen statutes in response to decisions by the Supreme Court that weakened discrimination protections.


Over the 5-year period from FY 1997 through FY 2001, the EEOC filed 1,963 suits.

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You're Fired! Firing Computer Professionals

The IT manager Guide for Terminating "With Cause"

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