Train manager warned them twice they would be kicked off if they didn’t lower their voices.
Tag Archives: Anti-Discrimination Law
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.”
Attention America’s Suburbs: You Have Just Been Annexed, National Review
Analysis says new housing rule is even further-reaching than we thought.
Will give free concealed carry training to patriots.
Goal is equal outcomes in all areas.
Who Will Pay the Political Price for Affordable Housing?, New York Times
Will rich Democrats accept Section 8 housing in their backyards?
Feds will use every possible means to promote integration.
Coaches created a “racially hostile environment.”
Supreme Court Upholds Key Tool for Fighting Housing Bias, Washington Post
“Discrimination” need not be deliberate or even conscious.
Federal incentives would encourage subsidized housing for non-whites in wealthy white areas.
She can wear her head scarf while working at the Abercombie store.
Days After Waco, South Carolina Braces for Bikers, Associated Press
NAACP will make sure $1.6 million “safety plan” doesn’t discriminate against blacks.
Asians say they face discrimination; they are only 21 percent of freshman class.
DOJ will look for “a history of discrimination.”
SPLC is suing a New Orleans school district because too many blacks are being arrested.
Walter Williams on the meaning of true liberty.
Do Two Half-Victims Make a Whole Case?, Wall Street Journal
New absurdities in the use of statistics to find “discrimination.”
Tough test is likely to be thrown out because of “disparate impact.”
Court says redistricting plans can’t put too many blacks in one district.
Labour calls his comments “shocking.”
The Ferguson city manager and municipal judge have resigned.
Local judge is accused of bias.
But the public university did it anyway.