If a person wishes to sue an employer for discrimination in violation of Title VII, she or he must first give the EEOC a chance to resolve the dispute. First, what is the EEOC? What does the EEOC do? Where does the EEOC get its power? Second, the process that the EEOC engages in with an employer is known as “conciliation.” Research that term and in your own words describe what happens during conciliation. Finally, no person may sue under Title VII unless the EEOC first gives them a “right to sue letter.” How does that process work? Are there any important deadlines associated with a right to sue letter?