If you pay attention to career advice -- from Sheryl Sandberg or Warren Buffett or from or from this website, for that matter -- you know that networking is crucial to finding a job, keeping it, and advancing within and beyond it. But of course, not everyone has access to solid career networks through friends, family members, or college. Show More Summary
Image Credit: WPSD-TV The IRS Scandal Is Improper And Illegal Political Competition Democrats, who are famous for making a bunch of noise about Fairness, Equal Access, Voter Suppression, and Racial Discrimination... read more
SMH!!!! Wet Seal Sued By Black Employees For Racial Discrimination Via Business Insider reports: Teen clothing brand Wet Seal has reached a $7.5 million settlement over allegations that it horrendously discriminated against employees of color, because they didn’t have
Tony Thomas on an important topic which lawyers warned me was dangerous to write about under the draconian Racial Discrimination Act, on the grounds it…
The Top " Journalistic Angles" And Article Titles That Black Enterprise Magazine Passed Over Before It Syndicated The "Wealthy Black Tax Evaders Suffer Racial Discrimination" Option "With A Worth $20 Million Dollars Singer Lauryn Hill...Show More Summary
by Professor John Kersey The Daily Mail reports that solicitor Danielle Morris has been fined £2,500 and ordered to pay £5,250 in costs by the Solicitors’ Regulation Authority on a charge of racial and religious discrimination. A previous complaint against … Continue reading ?
Lots of errors from David Marr. Just as well he wasn’t been sued for racial discrimination when making them, or they could be used as…
Wet Seal will pay $7.5 million to settle a racial discrimination lawsuit that accused the teen retailer of firing black employees to present a blond-and-blue-eyed front in its stores, according to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund.
The New York Times is good to go page one with a story on a fascinating lawsuit in Georgia that alleges racial discrimination... in favor of Mexican guest workers. But as Congress weighs immigration legislation expected to expand the guest worker program, another group is increasingly crying foul -- Americans, mostly black, who live near the farms and say they...
This month, the Urban Institute joined an emerging consensus of researchers and social scientists with a new report revealing, in the starkest terms, our nation's vast and widening racial gap in wealth creation. With this report, Less...Show More Summary
It's been almost one week since the New York Times wrote an exhaustive 5,000 word, front page story on the racial discrimination class-action suit known as "Pigford" that cited reporting from Breitbart News. So far, Media Matters for...Show More Summary
Almost half a century after the Civil Rights Act of 1964 outlawed racial discrimination in schools and other public places, black and white students in Georgia's rural Wilcox County danced together for the first time at prom over the weekend. "I feel like we are living Martin Lu …
From The Article JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICAIn South Africa, where judges and courts have come to hold a special importance, a recently leaked internal document has brought into the open a debate about the racial makeup of the judiciary.Since...Show More Summary
(Eugene Volokh) The German government decided not to prosecute the speaker based on this speech, but the U.N. Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination has recently stated the contrary, TBB v. Germany (Feb. 26, 2013). Here’s the speech that, according to the Committee, must lead to a criminal prosecution in countries that have ratified the International [...]
Hyun Lee, a woman of Korean descent, has filed a federal discrimination lawsuit against CVS because she says an employee in southern New Jersey identified her on a photo receipt by racially insensitive term. And we know what you're thinking:...Show More Summary
Justice Antonin Scalia said Monday that key provisions of the 1965 Voting Rights Act had evolved from an emergency response to racial discrimination to an “embedded” form of “racial preferment” likely to continue indefinitely unless the Supreme Court acted to end them.
Having gotten his ass kicked at Howard, Rand Paul's answer is to not to reflect but to make an allegation of racial discrimination.
Aren’t the critics making racist assumptions? Haven’t they contravened the Racial Discrimination Act by presuming some “races” are more likely to be drunk? …
The National Rifle Association (NRA)’s main response in the wake of the deadly shooting in Sandy Hook, Connecticut, other than staunch opposition to even the most minor gun law reforms, has been a proposal to increase the number of armed guards in schools. However, a deeply reported piece in today’s New York Times suggests that [...]