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Department of Energy. In an effort to ensure equal and fair treatment for all of its employees, the Department of Energy (DOE) has recently undergone a significant restructuring of its Office of Civil Rights and a substantial reevaluation of security and practice policies which have been criticized as discriminatory against Asian-Americans.

First, in response to numerous long-standing complaints that the Energy Department's Office of Civil Rights was unresponsive and hopelessly backlogged, and that it failed to address adequately the needs of its employees, the Department embarked upon a wide-reaching reform project under the endorsement of President Clinton's Management Council.

 

 

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Thanks to Derrick Bell and his pioneer work: 
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