Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Susan K. Goering
MSA SC 3520-16888

Sources:

Newspaper articles (in chronological order and by topic):

"Driving While Black"

Valentine, Paul W. "Lawsuit Alleges Bias In Md. Traffic Stops; Troopers' `Profile' Called Discriminatory." Washington Post, February 13, 1993.

Antonelli, Kris. "Profiles lose favor in drug interdiction; Legal challenges say checklists target racial groups." Baltimore Sun, December 10 1996.

Antonelli, Kris. "Police allegedly single out blacks; I-95 drug team violating court agreement, ACLU says." Baltimore Sun, November 15, 1996.

Barnhardt, Laura. "Racial profiling settlement up for vote in Md. ; Pact is part of agreement from class-action lawsuit; `A model for the country'; State police would devise a plan for reviewing stops." Baltimore Sun, Jan 4 2003.

Barnhardt, Laura. "State settles bias case ; Board OKs agreement in racial profiling suit; Traffic stops to be videotaped; Targeting of black drivers by troopers led to litigation." Baltimore Sun, April 3, 2003.

Equality for Baltimore City Schools

Fletcher, Michael A. "Schmoke decides against suing state to get more money for poorer schools." Baltimore Sun, June 11, 1993.

Babington, Charles and Richard Tapscott. "Md. Facing Lawsuit Over School Funds; Children in Baltimore Shortchanged, ACLU Says." Washington Post, December 7, 1994.

Bowler, Mike. "ACLU sues state over school funding." Baltimore Sun, December 7, 1994.

Beyers, Dan. ""County Not Shut Out of Lawsuit Yet; Ruling Leaves Door Open In Baltimore Schools Case." Washington Post, June 20, 1996.

Thompson, Jean and Eric Siegal. "City, state settle on school aid; Tentative deal adds $254 million to city, expands state control; `A true compromise'; Court action avoided; officials cheer, but some concerns arise." Baltimore Sun, Nov. 13, 1996.

Loh, Laura. "Allies support schools in suit ; Thornton, advocacy groups back city in funding case; Md.'s appeal to begin today; State says circuit judge overstepped authority." Baltimore Sun, March 7 2005.

Loh, Laura. "Appeals court hears city schools funding debate ; If Kaplan's ruling stands, state could take financial hit; MONEY FOR BALTIMORE'S STUDENTS." Baltimore Sun, March 8 2005.

Loh, Laura. "
Plan to fund city schools takes hit ; Top Md. court undermines Baltimore judge's ruling; Both sides in case claim win." Baltimore Sun, June 10 2005.

Thompson v. HUD

Shields, Gerard. "Neighbors air fears over plan for poor Some say property values will drop with influx of families." Baltimore Sun, September 25, 2000.

Calvert, Scott. "O'Malley fumes over ACLU fees ; Housing agency, city must pay $1.1 million for legal costs in suit; `It makes me really sick'; Group says mayor deflecting blame for housing woes." Baltimore Sun, March 28, 2002.

Siegel, Eric. "Trial set on segregation claims against city housing authority ; Tenants say agency, HUD limited units to poor areas." Baltimore Sun, Nov 29 2003.

Pietila, Antero. "Judge now must sort housing evidence ; Umpiring the past is just one task in deciding city segregation lawsuit." Baltimore Sun, Dec. 27 2003.

Siegel, Eric. "Judge criticizes pooling poor in city ; Court says HUD violated housing law by failing to take a regional approach; Ruling in 1995 federal civil-rights lawsuit." Baltimore Sun. January 7, 2005.

Siegel, Eric. "U.S. judge is asked to order housing for poor in suburbs." Baltimore Sun, March 21, 2006.

By Susan Goering (in chronological order)

"State must pay for city schools." Baltimore Sun, May 12, 2000.

"Good riddance to city's high-rise housing projects." Baltimore Sun, February 15, 2001.

"Anti-terrorism act imperils liberties." Baltimore Sun, October 30, 2001.

"Expanded FBI spying poses threat to liberty." Baltimore Sun, February 1, 2002.

"FBI's new powers deal a blow to liberty." Baltimore Sun, June 13, 2002.

"Bush steers court even further to the right." Baltimore Sun, September 20, 2002.


"Citizens must fight attacks on our rights." Baltimore Sun, October 28, 2002.

"Baltimore City Schools in Crisis; Give the children their due." Baltimore Sun, March 3, 2004.

"Roll back the infringement on civil liberties; RENEWING THE PATRIOT ACT." Baltimore Sun, June 16, 2005.

"An unnecessary breach of law." Baltimore Sun, December 21, 2005.

"RECLAIMING OUR AMERICA." Baltimore Sun, January 17, 2007.

"AT 75, MD. ACLU STRONGER, SMARTER." Baltimore Sun, May 27, 2007.


"FIX SPYING LAWS TO PROTECT LIBERTIES." Baltimore Sun, December 26, 2007.

"TORTURE MUST BE PUNISHED: JUSTICE REQUIRES HEARINGS, PROSECUTIONS AT THE HIGHEST LEVELS AGAINST THOSE WHO SULLIED OUR NATION'S CHERISHED VALUES." Baltimore Sun, July 9, 2009.

"RETHINK THE PATRIOT ACT: LET'S RESTORE CONSTITUTIONAL SAFEGUARDS, PROTECT CIVIL LIBERTIES." Baltimore Sun, October 4, 2009.

"'GITMO NORTH'? NO THANKS: INDEFINITE DETENTION WOULD BE NO MORE LEGITIMATE IN ILLINOIS THAN IT IS IN CUBA." Baltimore Sun, December 30, 2009.

"Reform marijuana law: Decriminalizing small amounts of pot in Md. would serve justice in more ways than one." Baltimore Sun, March 24, 2013.

ETC.

Valentine, Paul W. "Testimony Cites Crowding at Eastern Shore Jail." Washington Post, August 15, 1988.

Rivera, John. "Md. ACLU appoints executive director; Goering succeeds Comstock-Gay; she will `continue vision'." Baltimore Sun, July 12, 1996.

Smith, Linell. "Rights minded; Even as the system of affirmative action is dismantled and the notion of resegregation gains favor, activists continue Martin Luther King's fight for civil rights." Baltimore Sun, February 1, 1998.


Other sources:

Susan Goering's Maryland Women's Hall of Fame Nomination Packet: http://www.aclu-md.org/uploaded_files/0000/0485/sg_nomination_narrative.pdf.

"A Brief History: Bradford v. Maryland State Board of Education," American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland, accessed June 17, 2014, http://www.aclu-md.org/uploaded_files/0000/0173/bradford_summary.pdf.

"An Analysis of the Thompson v. HUD Decision," Poverty & Race Research Action Council, accessed June 18, 2014, http://www.prrac.org/pdf/ThompsonAnalysis.pdf.

"The Case of Thompson v. HUD: A Briefing on Segregation and Public Housing in Baltimore," American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland, accessed June 14, 2014, http://www.aclu-md.org/uploaded_files/0000/0155/thompsonbriefing.pdf.

Fair Housing Program, ALCU: http://www.aclu-md.org/our_work/fair_housing.

"The Power of an Individual to Take a Stand." Available on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4O1RlNphxog.

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