Discrimination within the Fire Department?

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Shayana Kadidal, senior lawyer for the Center for Constitutional Rights and Michael Aronson, editorial boardmember for the New York Daily News, talk about the Justice Department's case against the FDNY alleging discrimination in their recruitment tests.


Michael Aronson and Shayana Kadidal

Comments [2]

Roger from brooklyn

Who controls the test and the answers to the test. Could it be that the answers are passed on to family and friends. The differences in educational level does not add up. why are these differences not so substantial in other agencies or are there?

May. 23 2007 10:23 AM
Jeffrey Slott from Queens, NY

This is ridiculous. Of course any applicant to a fire department should be able to read and comprehend rules, procedures and regulations.

May. 23 2007 10:17 AM

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