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Another mistrial of US officer who shot black man

Case with the same overtones of racial discrimination as other recent police shootings ends in mistrial for second time.

Prosecutor: NYC settles racial discrimination lawsuit

A prosecutor says New York City has settled a racial discrimination lawsuit against the Department of Transportation. Acting U.S. Attorney Joon H. Kim said Thursday that supervisors in the department … Click to Continue »

Black Lives Matter Sues Chicago for Court Oversight of Police Reforms

The group argues that federal oversight of reforms is necessary after history of racial discrimination.


THEY TOLD ME IF DONALD TRUMP WERE ELECTED, WE’D SEE BLATANT RACIAL DISCRIMINATION. AND THEY WERE RIGHT! White Professor Fired From Black College Gets $4.9 Million. A Missouri appeals court upheld a $4.85 million racial discrimination award to a white teacher who was fired from Harris-Stowe State University, an historically black college. A trial jury […]

White Professor Awarded $4.9M After Being Fired from Black College in Racial Discrimination Suit

A white professor was awarded $4.9 million in a racial discrimination suit after being fired from a historically black college... The post White Professor Awarded $4.9M After Being Fired from Black College in Racial Discrimination Suit appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Ex-Fox News exec argues bias suit against her is a 'money grab'

last weekNews : NY Daily News

Two women who sued Fox News for discrimination actually instigated racial humor in the scandal-plagued network's accounting department.

Defendant says Fox News workplace harassment case is 'meritless'

A former Fox News accountant says she did not racially discriminate in the workplace.        

50 years after Loving, 1 in 6 new couples are racially mixed

Fifty years after Mildred and Richard Loving's landmark legal challenge shattered the laws against interracial marriage in the U.S., some couples of different races still talk of facing discrimination, disapproval … Click to Continu...

Nevada Man Accused Of Making Death Threats Against Lawyers Suing Fox News

Prosecutors have accused a Las Vegas man of making a series of death threats against the lawyers representing 11 former Fox News employees in their racial discrimination suit against the company. [ more › ]

Las Vegas Man Accused of Death Threats to Lawyers Suing Fox News

The police said that Joseph D. Amico, 46, was infuriated by a lawsuit filed by 11 black employees at Fox News saying the network had ignored complaints about racial discrimination.

‘This is not Alabama in the 1940s’: Black woman sues boss over Confederate flag and Trump-related harassment

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

A former employee of a Pleasanton, CA construction company is suing for racial discrimination and harassment after the company CEO dressed up like Donald Trump and used displays of Confederate Flags to taunt her. Southland Construction Management Inc. CEO Kenneth Hayden and CFO Anita Hayden are...

Airbnb hosts are more likely to reject guests with disabilities, study finds

Airbnb, which for years has faced accusations from renters of racial discrimination, now is confronting questions about whether hosts of the short-term rental platform discriminate against guests with disabilities. The latest blow to the San Francisco-based home rental site comes from a Rutgers...

WNBA's president: Overcoming racial discrimination drove me to Duke

WNBA head Lisa Borders found academic success at a time when racial discrimination defined her early education.

12 Pieces of Proof Laying Bare the GOP Lust for Power and Racial Discrimination

A recent Supreme Court case might unwind GOP gerrymanders. (Editor's Note: Until last week's Supreme Court ruling on North Carolina's extreme redistricting, federal courts have tended to look at political mapmaking as either overtly partisan, which has been legal, or as racially discriminatory, which has been illegal. Show More Summary

Alabama’s GOP governor restores voting rights for thousands by fixing racist ‘moral turpitude’ law

4 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

The governor of Alabama has signed into law a bill that will restore voting rights for some victims of racial discrimination. Governor Kay Ivey signed The Definition of Moral Turpitude Act to deal with the continued harm of past Alabama racism. The Huffington Post recounted the shameful history of...

Prejudice and Discrimination: Why We Can’t Keep Covering Them Up

Baseball and the distinction between prejudice and discrimination Racial and ethnic diversity among Major League Baseball (MLB) players has grown significantly since Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier on April 15, 1947. This past...Show More Summary

Philadelphia Sues Wells Fargo Over Discriminatory Lending Practices

Racial discrimination in mortgage lending is prohibited under the federal Fair Housing Act (FHA). But the city of Philadelphia says the practice is still alive and well at Wells Fargo.

News Roundup for May 23, 2017

News gives the blues. 1. Three more lawsuits alleging racial discrimination and sexual harassment have been brought against Fox News. Nobody is surprised. More here. 2. An explosion in Manchester last night killed 22 and injured 59 people. Show More Summary

2 Tough Headlines for Fox News

Tuesday isn't shaping up to be a great news day for Fox News. Harassment lawsuits and sinking ratings are both making headlines: Three new lawsuits filed Monday allege racial discrimination or sexual harassment at Fox News, deepening the network's legal woes, the AP reports. The cases increase to 23 the...

How Much Control Should Artist Estates Have Over Their Work?

"It’s legal. But is it ethical? Is it fair that contemporary directors should be chained by the views of a writer who died a year ago, especially if those views demand active and explicit racial discrimination?"

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