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In a Case Very Few Are Discussing the Supreme Court Could Hugely Increase the Racial Wealth Gap

When discussing race, the conservative argument is best expressed by the famous words of Chief Justice John Roberts: "The best way to stop discrimination on the basis of race is to stop discriminating on the basis of race." Translation:...Show More Summary

Comcast Dismisses Al Sharpton’s $20 Billion Racial Discrimination Lawsuit As “Preposterous” And “Shameful”

Comcast Mocks Al Shaprton’s Billion Racial Discrimination Lawsuit In February, as Comcast was in the midst of attempting to get regulatory approval of its now-aborted acquisition of Time Warner Cable, the media giant was hit with a $20 billion racial

AT&T Fires President Over Racist Text; $100M Lawsuit Goes On

6 days agoNews : Huffington Post

LOS ANGELES (AP) — AT&T has confirmed that it has fired Aaron Slator, a president who became the subject of a $100 million discrimination lawsuit for using his work phone to send racially offensive images. AT&T said in a statement that Slator has been terminated, saying that there is no place for demeaning behavior within the company. Show More Summary

AT&T fires president over racist text; $100M lawsuit goes on

LOS ANGELES (AP) — AT&T has confirmed that it has fired Aaron Slator, a president who became the subject of a $100 million discrimination lawsuit for using his work phone to send racially offensive images. On Monday, Knoyme (NOH-mee)...Show More Summary

Social Reparations for Racist Incarceration: What Americans Owe Men Like Kalief Browder

Matthew Rozsa argues that it's time for Americans to pay their debt to non-whites suffering from racial discrimination. The post Social Reparations for Racist Incarceration: What Americans Owe Men Like Kalief Browder appeared first on The Good Men Project.

AT&T Hit With $100 Million Lawsuit, Company Accused of Culture of Racism; Byron Allen Group Also Turns Up Heat on AT&T — Including Targeting AT&T-DirecTV Merger

AT&T has been hit with a $100 million racial discrimination lawsuit hinting that the company has a culture of racism, TMZ.com reports. The suit focuses on Aaron Slator, President of Content and Ad Sales for AT&T, who is also the...

NAAAOM and Entertainment Studios to Amend $10 Billion Lawsuit against AT&T and DirecTV to Include the Newly Discovered Evidence of Racial Discrimination and Cover-up

Press release from the National Association of African American Owned Media, April 27, 2015: Knoyme King, an African-American female and a 30-year employee of AT&T, through her attorney Louis “Skip” Miller of Miller Barondess, has filed a racial discrimination lawsuit...

Comcast Ridicules $20 Billion Racial Discrimination Lawsuit

"Preposterous," "offensive," "entirely fantastical" and "shameful" are just some of the adjectives that Comcast uses to describe a lawsuit in a motion to dismiss. read more

More US Moms Dying in Childbirth, Poverty & Racial Discrimination to Blame

Maternal mortality - usually considered a problem for women in developing countries - has been on the rise in the United States, where the rate of mothers dying from complications in childbirth or pregnancy has more than doubled since 1990.

William Wingate Sues Officer Cynthia Whitlatch and the Seattle Police Department Alleging Racial Discrimination

William Wingate was arrested last summer for "walking in Seattle while black." SPD William Wingate, the 70-year-old military veteran who was arrested last July by Seattle police officer Cynthia Whitlatch as he walked through CapitolShow More Summary

Only Black Officer On Force Says He Was Discriminated Against, Then Wrongfully Fired

A police officer says he was unfairly fired after suffering through a year of racial discrimination at work. Gerry Pickens was the first black officer on the 11-member police force in the 7,000-person town of Orting, Washington, before he was fired last year. Show More Summary

NYT Editorial Relies on Morgan Kousser Voting Rights Data to Criticize #SCOTUS

Editorial: The chief justice’s destructive cure for this was to throw out the formulaCongress devised in 1965 that required all or parts of 16 states with long histories of overt racial discrimination in voting, most in the South, to get … Continue reading ?

‘Black Staff Were Sent Home Early So The CEO Didn’t See Them’ Abercrombie & Fitch Accused Of Discrimination

Abercrombie & Fitch Accused Of Racial Discrimination An Abercrombie & Fitch employee has claimed that black models were sent home early so they would not be seen during an executive’s visit, while detailing “countless” alleged incidents of racism, sexism and

Judge Rips Home Robbery Victims for Racial Fear

A judge sentencing a man who committed a home invasion at gunpoint and robbed a Louisville, Kentucky, area family in front of their three-year-old child used the court hearing to berate the victims for racial discrimination. Jordan Gray...Show More Summary

Are Americans Really Champions of Racial Equality?

70 years after Gunnar Myrdal's An American Dilemma, it's time to let go of the idea that America's morality will overcome it's history of discrimination.

Black Hooters Waitress Awarded $250K For Racial Discrimination After Doing This To Her Hair

Black Hooters Fired For Dying Hair Blonde Awarded $250k A former African-American Hooters waitress has been awarded more than $250,000 after an arbitrator found that racial discrimination contributed to her getting fired. Via NBC News reports: Farryn Johnson, was fired

Hooters ordered to pay $250,000 for racial discrimination

3 weeks agoNews : NY Daily News

A Maryland arbitrator ruled Hooters had a discriminatory policy regarding the hair color of its servers.

Race relations are central to Ferguson city council election

3 weeks agoHealth : Booster Shots

Race relations are at the heart of Tuesday's closely watched election in Ferguson, Mo., where the Justice Department found a pattern of racial discrimination in the suburb that was the scene of violent racial protests last year.

ISN’T IT FUNNY HOW HIGHER ED DISCRIMINATES AGAINST GROUPS PERCEIVED AS THE BEST PERFORMERS? Smash t…

ISN’T IT FUNNY HOW HIGHER ED DISCRIMINATES AGAINST GROUPS PERCEIVED AS THE BEST PERFORMERS? Smash the ‘Bamboo Ceiling’ of Racial Quotas. “One Indian American says he overcame anti-Asian bias and got into med school by claiming he was black.” Well, race, like gender, is just a social construction, so if you feel like a black […]

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