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National & State Reports

2009 Paper for the ILO conference on Regulating for Decent Work

Al and Ruth Blumrosen, professors at Rutgers University Law School - Newark, found that in 1999:
Two million minorities and women were affected by intentional job discrimination, mainly by hard core discriminators.
Approximately 75% of large establishments did not appear to discriminate in the statistics.
Eight million minorities and women were better off than under the occupational distribution of 1975.
These were some of the results of applying Supreme Court definitions for Intentional Job Discrimination to EEO1 data, using the methodology found in the National & State Reports of comparing each job site with similar establishments in the same industry and MSA.

RUTH GERBER BLUMROSEN
March 7, 1927 - January 13, 2004

Al, her husband, and Steven and Alex, their sons,
are continuing this website in her memory,
to carry forward the work that Ruth and Al have done together
since they married while attending the University of Michigan Law School in 1952.

Ruth and Al co-authored the study that spawned EEO1, Inc. and EEO1.com.
"The Reality of Intentional Job Discrimination in Metropolitan America -- 1999,"
released in 2002, which analyzes federal employment statistics in light of Supreme Court decisions across the Nation and in 40 States.
This website continues to provide free access to this work.

One of Ruth's major contributions to the law of equal opportunity consisted of four articles developing the concept of wage discrimination against women. (See her biography.)

Together, Ruth and Al collaborated on a book about
Slavery, the American Revolution, and Freedom in the NorthWest Territory,
Slave Nation: How Slavery United the Colonies and Sparked the American Revolution
(Sourcebooks, February 2005).
We have created a separate website for this book at www.slavenation.us.


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National & State Reports
Blumrosen Publications

 
Sample EEO-1 Form (For an actual form, please contact the EEOC.)
 


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