Post Tagged with: "discrimination"
Black teens detained by D.C. cops for looking “suspicious” ignites community’s fight against mayor’s plan for warrantless searches.
Once again, cell phone video makes it impossible to sweep under the rug.
Excessive use of force includes an officer involved in Sandra Bland’s arrest.
A California mother finds a "racist" figurine of a former slave when assembling toy set.
A North Carolina TV news anchor sparks national debate with Facebook posting on natural hair.
In a mind-boggling interview, Caitlyn Jenner competes with Trump for the ability to win the prize for compound insults.
CEO of video game developing company says controversial game is a teaching tool.
The practices in question affected a small fraction of job applicants and ceased several years ago.
More Republicans believe speech disorders, learning disabilities and cancer aren’t disabilities either.
Democratic presidential candidate and former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley is calling for a constitutional amendment to end that.
Democrats in Congress seeking to extend civil rights protections.
Group claims city’s affordable housing policy keeps white neighborhoods white and Black neighborhoods Black.
Plus two years of federal monitoring
Those affected by unfair housing practices can still sue without proof that discrimination was intentional.
The pious mainstream supports LGBT rights, does not like "religious freedom” laws.
Despite increasing awareness and visibility of transgender people, a majority of states scored poorly on transgender equality, which has implications for future labor recruitment.
Abercrombie & Fitch is in the news for discrimination again as the Supreme Court found the company discriminated against a Muslim female job applicant because of her appearance.
This week, the Girl Scouts of America and the Boy Scouts of America both announced positive steps towards LGBT equality in their respective organizations.
While the updated policy on eligible donors is a step in the right direction, work remains to be done.
The 2016 presidential campaign has transformed into a battle between evangelicals and liberals.
By Kaitlyn D’Onofrio Oklahoma has joined the discriminatory ranks of Indiana and Alabama in its latest bill passed by the Senate. According to the state’s bill, popular ridesharing programs such as Uber and Lyft reserve the right to refuse passengers who identify as transgender or gay: “ shall adopt a policy …
Top law firms are largely staying away from representing bigotry – because it hurts recruiting.
Mainstream society still falters at the acceptance of natural hair and hairstyles of Black women, which has led to legal action against discrimination.