Resolutions Approved by Members from the 2010 IAOHRA Conference
August 28, 2010 – September 1, 2010
Battle House  Renaissance Hotel
Mobile, Alabama
* All Resolutions Adopted August 31, 2010 

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RESOLUTION

                  TITLE

PURPOSE

1

International Human Rights

To Promote and Encourage Broader Understanding of International Human Rights

2

EEOC Budget Request For Federal Fiscal Year 2011 (State and Local)

To Request that the Senate and the House Appropriate Committees of Congress
Approve A Budget for State and Local Fair Employment Practice Agencies (FEPAS)

3

Law Enforcement

Establishing Model Standards, Policies and Training To Prevent Police Misconduct
 and Excessive Use of Force

4

Education Disparities

Federal & State Efforts To Eliminate Zero Tolerance And Discipline Disparities

5

Fair, Humane, and Non-Discriminatory Immigration Reform

For IAOHRA to oppose Arizona’s SB1070, and to call for fair and just immigration
reform, opposing discriminatory scapegoating of immigrants

6

Health Care Reform

IAOHRA Supports Full Implementation of the Federal Health Care Reform Law

7

Young Adult Employment

Building Employable Job Skills

8

Environmental Restoration of Gulf Coast

Reaffirming Support For Rebuilding The Gulf Coast

9

Immigration Reform

IAOHRA Reaffirms It’s Call For Genuine Immigration Reform And It’s Opposition
To Immigration Reform That Relies Solely On Increased Enforcement Or Results
 In Racial Profiling

10

Unemployment Crisis

To Memorialize the United States Congress To Enact Legislation Creating A
Comprehensive Job Program

11

Education Reform

In Support of Curriculum Reform and Diversity in Education

12

Ban Conviction Record Box on Job Applications

Removal of Employment Identifier For Individuals With Conviction Records to
Improve Chances For Successful Re-Entry Through Jobs

13

Public Safety

Making Communities Smart And Safe Through Violence Reduction

14

Inmate Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation of Prisoners Confined to County Jails and State Prisons

A

Dorothy Irene Height

In Memoriam and Commendation to Dorothy Height for Her Outstanding
Achievements and Service to the Cause of Equal Opportunity and Human Rights

B

Clyde E. Murphy

In Memoriam and Commendation to Clyde E. Murphy for His Outstanding Service
to the Cause of Equal Opportunity and Human Rights

C

Appreciation to the Mobile Human Relations Commission

To Commend  The Mobile Human Relations Commission For Hosting the 2010
IAOHRA Conference

D

Benjamin Lawson Hooks

In Memoriam and Commendation To Benjamin Lawson Hooks For His Civil Rights
 Movement and The Cause of Equal Opportunity

E






F

Honoring The Life of Mayor Chester L. Jenkins

  

 

 

Legal Aid Service Corporation

To Commend Chester L. Jenkins as The First African American To Be Elected As
Mayor of the City of Durham and For His Noteworthy Service And Dedication As
A Public Servant to The City of Durham 

 

In Recognition of Legal Aid Services Corporation  (LSC) For Defending Low Income Families