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He’s presiding over the city’s consent decree.
Pandora’s Box, The Economist
Banning criminal-record checks makes employers more likely to discriminate against blacks.
$10,000 handouts for down payment should help.
The EEOC will decide if the Gadsden flag is “racially-tinged.”
Voter ID and the Real Threat to Democracy, Wall Street Journal
Courts find “racism” wherever they please.
Federal appeals court says it was “passed with racially discriminatory intent.”
He’ll craft the company a “world-class anti-discrimination policy.”
Film celebrates the couple whose Supreme Court case overturned laws against mixed marriages.
They took away a contract from a white firm and gave it to a black one.
Unfair “Fair Housing”, City Journal
Government-mandated “diversity” is coming to Hillary Clinton’s wealthy new hometown.
Why Diversity Programs Fail, Harvard Business Review
“The positive effects of diversity training rarely last beyond a day or two.”
Users mustn’t be allowed to rent to whom they please.
Ban the Box, Criminal Records, and Statistical Discrimination: A Field Experiment, University of Michigan
Employers rely more on race if they aren’t allowed to see applicants’ criminal records.
Canadian judge goes soft on crack dealer because of “anti-black racism” and “over-incarceration” of blacks.
Trump said to oppose “affordable housing” in the suburbs.
BBC labels the positions “trainee schemes” to avoid discrimination laws.
Only Clarence Thomas voted to uphold the conviction.
Flouts the will of 80 percent of the voters.
New voucher scheme will drive non-whites to the suburbs.
AP’s Race and Ethnicity Editor Sues News Outlet for Alleged Discrimination, National Law Journal
She was once AP’s White House reporter.
Law prohibiting cities from raising minimum wage is “racist.”
Train manager warned them twice they would be kicked off if they didn’t lower their voices.
Non-whites suffer from “a long, sad history of death, false imprisonment, physical and verbal abuse.”
DOJ is threatening “disparate impact” suits for cities that fine non-whites disproportionately.
DOJ promises consent decree won’t “cripple” city finances.
Jamaican immigrant to Canada allegedly disinherited his daughter for miscegenation.
Constitution requires that Indiana accept Syrian refugees.
Black Lives Matter Meetings Run Afoul of Library’s Policy, The Tennessean
Meetings were open only to non-whites.
Fewer Asians Need Apply, City-Journal
Asians do well academically, but many admissions officers think their personalities are flat.
White man worked for a Hispanic who told him, “I hate white people.”
DOJ Sues Ferguson After Council Votes to Revise Consent Decree, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Whether the city fights the lawsuit or submits to the consent decree, it will pay millions.
The government has squeezed $220 million out of auto lenders to give to non-whites.
Obama’s ‘Diversity’ Diktat Is a Giant Gift to Lawyers, New York Post
And another blow against white men.
Dealerships on average charged blacks and Asians higher interest rates.
NYPD agrees to limit investigations of Muslims.
Congress and the Supreme Court have laid the groundwork for such a plan.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel thinks it’s a good idea.
Election excludes other races.
Women officers said it was discriminatory.
Instructor at Harris-Stowe Gets Almost $5 Million in Racial Discrimination Suit, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Dean at HBCU was said to be trying to purge all white teachers.
EEOC says company should have made a “reasonable accommodation.”
Hudson Bank will pay $33 million for not opening enough branches in non-white areas.
Black-owned chain reportedly discriminated against a black employee.
Whose Neighborhood Is It?, New York Times
How neighborhoods segregate.
Refusing to bake a cake for same-sex marriage is like racial discrimination.
Obama, Trump, and Daffy Duck, Taki's Magazine
Is a goal of new federal housing rules to increase the pace of gentrification?
Carolina police force fights DOJ and wins.
She’d ruled two earlier exams “discriminatory.”