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Welcome to the EEOC's Virtual Newsroom, which offers a wide range of information and materials on the Commission's history, functions, procedures, programs, actions and staff, on the statutes we enforce, and on related research, data and statistics. We encourage everyone to browse and search through our continually updated Press Kit, which provides extensive background and context for virtually any question.

To contact The Office of Communications, please phone 202-921-3191 or send an e-mail to newsroom@eeoc.gov. Please note, this e-mailbox is intended for reporters, news producers, those writing for news publication and broadcasts, and other people working on news programs or stories.

If you are a private citizen seeking EEOC information, please call 1-800-669-4000 or e-mail info@eeoc.gov.

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EEOC COMMISSIONER TO SERVE AS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF OFFICE OF COMPLIANCE July 06, 1995
EEOC SUES EXXON FOR DISABILITY ACT VIOLATION June 28, 1995
CHAIRMAN CASELLAS APPOINTS ELIZABETH M. THORNTON DIRECTOR OF EEOC's OFFICE OF PROGRAM OPERATIONS June 26, 1995
COMMISSION ACTS TO STRENGTHEN TIES WITH STATE AND LOCAL FAIR EMPLOYMENT PRACTICE AGENCIES May 24, 1995
COMMISSION VOTES TO INCORPORATE ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION INTO ITS CHARGE PROCESSING SYSTEM; DEFERS DECISIONS ON STATE AND LOCAL AGENCIES April 28, 1995
EEOC COMMISSIONERS ADOPT TASK FORCE RECOMMENDATIONS TO STRENGTHEN AND STREAMLINE AGENCY CHARGE PROCESSING SYSTEMS April 21, 1995
EEOC CHAIRMAN AND COMMISSIONERS EXPECTED TO TAKE DECISIVE ACTIONS TO REINVIGORATE CHARGE PROCESSING April 18, 1995
EEOC RELEASES NEW ADA GUIDANCE DEFINING "DISABILITY" March 15, 1995
PRESIDENT CLINTON NAMES CLIFFORD GREGORY STEWART AS EEOC GENERAL COUNSEL January 20, 1995
EEOC CHAIRMAN ANNOUNCES TASK FORCES TO ADDRESS OPERATIONAL ISSUES; RELEASES FY 1994 ENFORCEMENT RESULTS December 01, 1994
EEOC CHAIRMAN SETS MEETINGS WITH AGENCY FIELD OFFICE STAFF AND EEO GROUPS October 19, 1994
USAIR TO PAY $300,000 FOR PREDECESSOR'S ALLEGED AGE BIAS IN PILOT HIRING October 05, 1994
SENATE CONFIRMS NEW LEADERSHIP AT EEOC September 30, 1994
DISABILITIES ACT EXPANDS TO COVER EMPLOYERS WITH 15 OR MORE WORKERS July 19, 1994
EEOC DISAPPOINTED IN SUPREME COURT DECISION NOT TO HEAR 'SPEAK-ENGLISH-ONLY' WORK RULE CASE June 22, 1994
NEXT PUBLIC COMMISSION MEETING TO BE HELD ON APRIL 21
RED ROCK WESTERN JEEP TOURS SUED FOR AGE BIAS
EEOC COMMISSIONERS ADOPT TASK FORCE RECOMMENDATIONS TO STRENGTHEN AND STREAMLINE AGENCY CHARGE PROCESSING SYSTEMS
RUBY TUESDAY, INC. SUED BY EEOC FOR AGE BIAS AGAINST CLASS OF OLDER APPLICANTS IN PA. AND OHIO
EEOC SETTLES RACIAL HARASSMENT SUIT AGAINST GEORGIA-PACIFIC CORPORATION