Document Type

Certiorari Material

Publication Date



SUMMARY: Petrs challenge rulings by the dc, affirmed by CA4 1) that differentials between wages paid to white and black employees of the North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service (NCAES) did not constitute employment discrimination; 2) that maintenance of local 4-H clubs that are voluntarily segregated does not violate the Title VI prohibition against discrimination in programs receiving federal aid; and 3) that the NCAES did not discriminate against blacks in selecting county extension chairmen.

Included in

Criminal Law Commons