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Complaints include supervisors using racial slurs, with one putting a noose around a worker’s neck.
The booted Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter considers legal action against the University of Oklahoma and the school’s president.
Ignoring orders from the U.S. Supreme Court, the Alabama Supreme Court continues to block marriage for same-gender couples. But Alabama’s current governor doesn’t think it’s a civil-rights issue.
New Texas law unfairly targets women as a prominent woman lines up a run for the governor’s office.
What are the legal ramifications when a female employee is told she is not attractive by a male supervisor?
What did the courts say after a town ignored an employee's harassment complaints against a coworker until the victim had already quit her job?
Does company have to honor secretly modified agreement?
Diversity and inclusion lacking? How can a company know if the corporate culture has given discrimination claims more of a chance legally?
An EEOC discussion letter states that the ADA and ADEA cover only one-way discrimination; they do not cover those without disabilities or the more youthful.
A court rules in favor of 70 Filipino caregivers who were ruthlessly harassed for not “speaking English.” Watch the video.
You have the right to your opinion but not to destroy other people's productivity or conflict with the values of your employer.
See how this employee’s firing was justified, and read other cases on racial discrimination, religion, disability and FMLA.
Diversity and inclusion isn’t limited to company walls or country boundaries. Raymond M. Brown explains how fighting human-rights violations offers a lesson in global corporate values.
Diversity and inclusion can’t succeed in workplaces that allow bullying at any level. What can you do to prevent and stop bullying in your company and in schools, where it begins?
Workplace diversity challenged by reverse discrimination? A shipping company lost a $1-million verdict after a manager only wanted to hire gay men. What can you learn?
A lawsuit claims that the reality show intentionally excluded Blacks from auditioning for the lead role. Could Lamar Hurd be the first Black “Bachelor”?
Here’s how attorney Raymond M. Brown makes global human rights a personal challenge.
Can a manager legally keep his employee, who has diabetes, from testing her blood sugar? Read this and other recent discrimination cases.