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Black Women Are 3 Times As Likely To Die In Childbirth, And Kamala Harris Has A Plan
The senator and 2020 presidential candidate is set to reintroduce legislation to address maternal mortality in the coming weeks.
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Me Too Backlash Is Getting Worse
A new study found that 60% of male managers said they’re uncomfortable working closely with women.
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Muslim Officer Claims Georgia Corrections Department Banned Her From Wearing Hijab
The employee filed a discrimination complaint after she says she was made to choose between her job and her religion.
Priyanka Chopra Opens Dialogue On Discrimination
Priyanka Chopra shares her experiences with racism when she first came to the United States as a teenager.
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Amazon Faces Another Claim It Discriminated Against Workers
Three Muslim employees have filed a federal complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Google Walkout Organizers Demand HR Investigation After Claims Of Retaliation
A Google spokesperson reiterated the company's stance that no retaliation occurred.
Oprah Winfrey Opens Up About Workplace Discrimination
Even Oprah Winfrey has had to deal with gender discrimination in the workplace.
Tech Company Asked For 'Preferably Caucasian' Candidate On LinkedIn Job Posting
Cynet Systems later apologized and said it had fired the people involved in the racist job listing.
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Ex-CBS Executive Blasts Network's 'White Problem' In Scathing Op-Ed
The company said it disagrees "with some statements" in Whitney Davis' account.
Supreme Court To Take Up LGBTQ Job Discrimination Cases
By Mark Sherman, AP
The issue is whether Title VII of the federal Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits sex discrimination, protects LGBTQ people from job discrimination.
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US Tax Laws Discriminate Against Women, Gays And People Of Color. Here’s How.
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Workers who win discrimination lawsuits have to pay taxes on their awards while their employers can deduct the payments as expenses.
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Congressional Democrats Unveil Their Answer To Me Too
Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) and Rep. Katherine Clark (D-Mass) introduced the Be Heard Act, sweeping legislation to address workplace harassment.
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Jameela Jamil Speaks Out About Discrimination Against 'Beautiful Brown Skin'
The "Good Place" star talked about the pride she feels in tanning her “brilliant brown skin.”
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Fat Bias Kept Me Sick — But Not In The Way You Think
, Guest Writer
I believed I had trouble breathing because I was fat, because fat people are unfit, because fat people are sick.
Deputy Detained Black Attorney Thinking He Was A Suspect: Complaint
“There is no plausible explanation other than racial bias," said an attorney representing Rashad James.
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Woman Accuses UC Berkeley Football Players, Coaches Of Sexual Harassment
The university said it has referred the allegations to the campus Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination.
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Study Finds Racial Bias In Police Traffic Stops And Searches
Black drivers were about 20 percent more likely than whites to be pulled over, according to an analysis of nearly 100 million cases.
Fewer Than 20 Percent Of Americans Say Trump Opposes White Nationalism
Most of the president's supporters said white Americans face a lot of discrimination.
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Former Exec Sues Warner Bros., Alleging Discrimination Against Asians
The lawsuit claims the company used the “closure of DramaFever to mask its discriminatory conduct.”
Majority Of Republican Women Say Sex Discrimination Isn't A Problem
When it comes to sexism and harassment, strong women can fend for themselves, Republican women said in a new survey.
The Army Banned Her Dreadlocks — Until She Fought Back
Captain Whennah Andrews was forced to wear a wig because her dreadlocks didn’t comply with the Army’s grooming policy.
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Car Insurance Companies Charge Women Higher Rates Than Men Because They Can
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“In several cases, they were paying $500 more for no reason other than they marked the ‘F’ under gender. That was stunning to us.”
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Duke Official Steps Down After Telling Students Not To Speak Chinese
Megan Neely in the medical school's biostatistics master's program warned that it was "impolite" and could have "unintended consequences."
Christian Schools Like Karen Pence's Are The Real Threat To Academic Freedom
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Where are the campus free speech scolds on this one?
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Judge Dismisses Lesbian Couple's Lawsuit Against Retirement Home That Rejected Them
Curtis M. Wong
Bev Nance and Mary Walsh say they were turned away by Missouri's Friendship Village because of a cohabitation policy forbidding same-sex couples.
Vice President Says Outrage Over Wife Karen Pence’s Discriminatory School Is ‘Offensive’
Mike Pence's wife took a job teaching art at a school that bans LGBTQ families and individuals, HuffPost first reported Tuesday.
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