.THE MICHIGAN DAIS
Friday, March 29, 1968
Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAIL Friday, March 29, 1968
MODEL CITIES PROGRAM:
NAACP Hits Secret Negotiations
Between Washington, AFL-CIO
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WASHINGTON OP) - A top give "rigid control of all reha- ment until the department had1
NAACP official charged yesterday bilitation work opportunities in seen Hill's charges.a
that secret negotiations involving the Model Cities program" to The NAACP will sue to cut off
the federal government threaten AFL-CIO building trades unions. federal funds if the governmenti
to deprive Negroes of construction He said the memorandum, dated doesn't "prevent the adoption ofi
Jobs in the multibillion dollar March 1, 1968, and labeled "fifth the proposed agreement" between
Model Cities program, draft" and "for discussion pur- the unions and contractors' asso-t
Herbert Hill, labor director for poses only" outlined the proposed ciations, Hill said.
the National Association for the agreement between the unions and "These are the same unions that
Advancement of Colored People, various contractors' associations. historically and at present con-1
said he had obtained a copy of A Labor Department spokes- tinue to exclude Negroes from
a memorandum that proposes to man said there would be no com- membership," he said.
The Model Cities Act authorizes1
the federal government to under-
I write most of the cost of tearing.
down slums and rebuilding them<
into showcase neighborhoods.
" " Written into the law are re-c
JjR equirements for "maximum oppor-
tunities for employing residentsi
of the area in all phases of the
WASHINGTON (P) - Illinois Rap Brown and Dr. Martin Lu- program , .." in order to "expand
housing, job and income oppor- I
Gov. Otto Kerner supported yes- ther King as "people who have tunities."
terday the riot commission's find- gone from city to city and in The act "is not simply to con-
ing that white racism was a major their wake have followed riots. struct buildings, but also to pro-
cause of recent outbreaks of Negro "You name me white people vide gainful employment for un-i
violence. who have done these things," employed or underemployed ghet-
He said the group he headed, Thurmond challenged. to residents," Hill said.1
the National Advisory Commission When Kerner said that would But while the proposed union
on Civil Disorders, was not pin- be impossible, Thurmond countered contractor agreement is written
pointing any one white person or "Then why blame the white so that officials can claim it ac-
white group as responsible, but people?" complishes this, Hill said, in real-
rather what he called a tradition "This attitude has developed ity it allows unions to pay little
of fear and prejudice against the over a period of time," Kerner re- or no attention to these require-
Negro. He said this has accumula- plied. "For many years the Ne- ments. He claimed that it would:
ted over the years ndngr hasbeen kept in certain area Set tpa strictly l s num-
Kerner was questioned~ sharply and not allowed to move, inten- ber- of "trainee" woaanesrk ctasificy
by Sen. Strom Thurmond, (R- tionally or unintentionally because
S.C.), at a Senate Judiciary, sub- of the white people."
committee hearing on the gover- He said he did not believe Car-
nor's nomination to be a judge of michael and Brown caused the
the Seventh Circuit Court of Ap- riots Thurmond mentioned but ra- University Charter
peals. ther that the causes already were Caledonian Airways
"You really think white racism existing in the communities. FLY TO
caused these riots?" Thurmond Earlier Illinois' junior Sen. Char-
asked Kerner. les H. Percy, a Republican who lost
"This has a great deal to do a race for governor to Kerner,
with these riots - the feelings of praised the nomination.
repression by many Negroes who Percy also lauded Kerner's work
allegedly felt there is a barrier as chairman of the commission, from
against them," Kerner said. as "contributing immensely to un-
Thurmond named civil rights derstanding in this country of our DET ROIT
leaders Stokely Carmichael, H. problems."
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tions with no fringe benefits and
no clear cut way for trainees-
who would be paid less than ap-
prentices-ever to become full
fledged union members.
-Give local union contractors
committees the right to decide
who goes into the trainee classi-
fications, and the unions the right
to decide how many trainees are
needed on each project.
-Require that any complaints
by trainees or other workers be
judged "before the same parties
who are administering the
-With limited exceptions, ex-
clude new construction from the
agreement's provisions, thereby
excluding slum residents "from
job opportunities in all the large
scale, lucrative new construction
which is to be a major part of!
every Model Cities program."
-Allow the unions to set union
membership as a condition of em-
ployment on new construction,
which Hill said is a violation of
National Labor Relations Board!
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