Both Noirbnb and Innclusive started with bad customer experiences with Airbnb, specifically centered around racial discrimination. But do these startups have a future?
US presidential elections need additional observers from OSCE, according to the statement of the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights.
Have you noticed that not one of the media defenders of the Racial Discrimination Act has defended the suing of three Queensland University students? …
With conservatives and libertarians leading yet another campaign to degrade racial discrimination protections, Dr Meredith Doig weighs in with an alternative. Freedom of speech is back on the agenda in the new federal parliament, but in all the breathless hoo-ha about section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act (RDA), what’s usually overlooked is 18D. 18C [...]Show More Summary
Who Told You That The Mayor Of Atlanta Wasn't Naked When You Remove Him From AMERICAN POLITICS And Expect Him To Be COMPETENT At DEVELOPING BLACK PEOPLE Through STRONG INSTITUTIONS? SORRY SANDRA ROSE - This "Transsexual On The Atlanta...Show More Summary
On social issues, the military has often seemed the last to know. Ending racial discrimination took decades. Outlawing discrimination based on sexual preference took just as long. This year, the role of women in combat is finally being recognized. Show More Summary
That is a new paper by Camelia Simoiu, Sam Corbett-Davies, and Sharad Goel, the abstract is familiar but depressing: In the course of conducting traffic stops, officers have discretion to search motorists for drugs, weapons, and other contraband. Show More Summary
"We were surprised that so many Americans believe race- and ethnicity-based gaps are minimally, or in no way, a result of the nation’s legacy of racial discrimination and injustice,” wrote Daniel Newark, author of new survey findings published in the Educational Researcher. Show More Summary
Experts of the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD) found out that the 2012 Language Act brought Ukraine into an unhealthy situation in which language became a reason for great divisions in the society.
Experts of the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD) were concerned that the prosecution tended to downplay charges and prosecuted hate crimes as hooliganism in Ukraine, according to official statement.
(Paul Mirengoff) The day before the Department of Justice released its report condemning the Baltimore Police Department for alleged racially biased policing, the Baltimore Sun wrote a story about the report. Apparently, the DOJ gave it and other big media outlets a sneak preview. Show More Summary
Here is one recent paper by Leticia J. Marteleto and Molly Dondero: Racial disparities in education in Brazil (and elsewhere) are well documented. Because this research typically examines educational variation between individuals inShow More Summary
Rampant and unjustified use of force. Routine disregard for constitutional rights and systematic racial discrimination. A dead, decapitated rat left on the car of a police officer who dared to report a colleague’s misconduct. With such...Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) The Obama-Lynch Justice Department is about to release a report on policing practices by the Baltimore police department. The Baltimore Sun apparently got a sneak preview. It says DOJ found that Baltimore police officers...Show More Summary
Lyle Denniston blogs. It would not surprise me at all if on remand in the TX voting case the trial judge both finds intentional racial discrimination in Texas and puts Texas back under Section 3 supervision. What the 5th Circuit … Continue reading ?
Justice Dept. finds that “legacy of zero tolerance enforcement” continues to drive policing strategy.
Remember when John Roberts said that racial discrimination in voting was no longer an issue in the United States, and therefore the Fifteenth Amendment no longer really had a section 2 in it? That…made no sense at all on its face. But starting before the ink on the slip opinion was dry Republican statehouses did […]
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FUNDAMENTALLY TRANSFORMED: Wearing “Don’t Tread on Me” insignia could be punishable racial harassment. On January 8, 2014, Complainant filed a formal complaint in which he alleged that the Agency subjected him to discrimination on the basis of race (African American) and in reprisal for prior EEO activity when, starting in the fall of 2013, a […]
Ezell Ford, an unarmed mentally ill man, was fatally shot in August 2014. [ more › ]