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"I Speak" Language Identification Cards in 38 languages (PDF)

 
Title VI Civil Rights Newsletters (News@FCS)
July 2014 - (PDF) (Word) April 2014 - (PDF) (Word)
   
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Title VI Four-Year Report, July 2013
Title VI Four-Year Report, July 2013
Title IX Legal Manual (PDF)
Title IX Legal Manual
Limited English Proficiency Resource Document: Tips and Tools from the Field
Limited English Proficiency Resource Document: Tips and Tools from the Field
Non-discrimination on the Basis of Sex in Federally Assisted Programs
Non-discrimination on the Basis of Sex in Federally Assisted Programs
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Title VI Legal Manual (PDF)
Title VI Legal Manual Title VI Manual
Police Misconduct Brochure
Addressing Police Misconduct:
Laws enforced by the United States Department of Justice
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Title VI Brochure
Your Rights Under Title VI
of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
Sus Derechos bajo el Titulo VI
Sus derechos bajo el título VI
de la Ley de Derechos Civiles de 1964
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National Origin Discrimination Brochure
Federal Protections Against National Origin Discrimination
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Federal Protections Against National Origin Discrimination

Translation and Interpretation Procurement Series

Before You Hire - Ask Yourself: “What are my Project’s Language Needs?” - TIPS to making language service hiring decisions. (PDF)

TIPS on Hiring the Right Telephonic Interpretation Vendor - TIPS to finding a high-quality telephone interpretation vendor. (PDF)

TIPS for Working with Telephone Interpreters - TIPS for planning, placing, and troubleshooting phone-calls with telephone interpreters. (PDF)

What Does it Mean to be a Certified Linguist? - TIPS to discovering vendor and linguist qualifications. (PDF)

     



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Federal Coordination and Compliance
Title VI Hotline: 1-888-TITLE-06
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Leadership
Deeana Jang
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U.S. Department of Justice
Civil Rights Division
Federal Coordination and Compliance Section, NWB
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20530

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Non-discrimination on the Basis of Sex in Federally Assisted Programs Limited English Proficiency Resource Document: Tips and Tools from the Field Your Rights Under Title VI Sus derechos bajo el título VI Addressing Police Misconduct: Title IX Legal Manual Federal Protections Against National Origin Discrimination Title VI Four-Year Report, July 2013