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TITLE VI EXAMPLES OF DISCRIMINATORY PRACTICES
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Discriminatory Practices

The City of Knoxville and its subrecipients of federal funds will not:

  • Deny an individual any service, opportunity, or other benefit for which such individual is otherwise qualified;

  • Provide any individual with any service, or other benefit, which is inferior (in quantity or quality) to, or which is provided in a different manner from that which is provided to others;

  • Subject any individual to segregated or disparate treatment in any manner related to such individuals’ receipt of services or benefits;

  • Restrict an individual in any way in the enjoyment of services, facilities or any other advantage, privilege or other benefit provided to others;

  • Adopt or use methods of administration which would limit participation by any group of recipients or subject any individual to discrimination.

  • Address an individual in a manner that denotes inferiority because of race, color, or national origin.

  • Permit discriminatory activity in a facility built in whole or in part with federal funds.

  • Fail to advise the population eligible to be served or benefited by any federally-funded programs that such programs exist.

  • Deny any individual the opportunity to participate in the operations of a planning or advisory body that is an integral part of a federally-funded program

  • Fail to provide service or information in a language other than English where significant numbers of potential or actual beneficiaries are of limited English speaking ability

  • Subject an individual to discriminatory employment practices under any federally-funded program whose object is to provide employment

  • Locate a facility in any way that would limit or impede access to a federally-funded service or benefit.


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