blaw I have a dream

Blaw I have a dream - minority communities but on the back burner of topics of interest to whites Martin Luther King addressed the great amount of

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BLAW 3367 1/19/12 How does the “I have a dream” speech pertain to employment law Employment law is defined as the study of legal developments in the workplace, with emphasis on attempts to maintain a proper balance between employees’ interest in earning a livelihood and employers’ interest in operating their business efficiently and profitably. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I have a dream” speech undoubtedly had issues that dealt with employment law involved, either directly or indirectly. In 1963, when the “I have a dream” speech was given, discrimination was at the forefront of discussion in the
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Unformatted text preview: minority communities but on the back burner of topics of interest to whites. Martin Luther King addressed the great amount of poverty in some states. Discrimination in the hiring process of blacks was very prevalent, this dictated when, where, and how much blacks could work for and earn. Another issue discussed was the lack of service provided to blacks at motels as they traveled. The issue of discrimination has deep roots in just about every aspect of American life, and employment law was at the forefront of several of these issues....
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2012 for the course BLAW 3373 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '12 term at Texas State.

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