2. Work to eliminate employment
segregation and discrimination in those industries
[comprising the communications arts and sciences]
(radio, telephone, television, motion pictures,
newspaper, books, related computer communications,
business, cable television).
3. Seek to ensure Black minority
ownership and control of print and electronic
media -- both hardware and software.
4. Monitor local and national
media, especially advertising performance.
5. Provide the National office
with research and data on those local businesses
engaged in communication arts and sciences.
6. See to ensure that all people
have a meaningful right to choose from and have
access to a variety of high quality telecommunications
goods and services at a reasonable cost.
7. Endeavor to secure publicity
for the work of the Unit and the association in
the local press and on radio, television and media.
8. Attempt to interest persons
in charge of local news media on conditions affecting
9. Seek to counteract derogatory and erroneous
statements in local news media about Blacks and
other minority groups.
10. Be responsible for forwarding
to THE CRISIS items covering Unit activities and
11. Act as far as possible as
an agency for the promotion and sale of
12. No publicity shall be released
without first being approved by the President
of the Unit.