They're also suing the unions that represent them.
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Another “culture of racism.”
Ninth Circuit ruling applies only to California and Arizona.
It’s calling for a “civil rights audit” of CNN employment practices.
A men's rights group brought the case.
The travel ban case has strong parallels.
Discrimination against hair styles will now be considered racial discrimination.
There are too many white students in Hartford magnet schools.
Hint: It's causal.
Black students in New York schools know the anti-discrimination laws protect their behavior.
Walmart says the policy was “data-driven."
It’s racist to ask people who voted to prove they were citizens.
It failed to guess the sex of dark-skinned women 31 percent of the time.
White man got the shaft.
Senator gets prison sentence for comparing black politician to an orangutan.
Fox News commentator has raised the ire of Conservatism, Inc.
Anti-white discrimination is a "government imperative."
Much of "disparate impact" is mandated in regulations.
She claims teachers and students taunted her with racist comments.
Another crisis to fret over.
The government may have to act.
Obama policy had pedictable results.
“Businesses can’t pick and choose when to enforce rules — and which customers must abide by them.”
Hispanics and Asians are afraid they won’t get their "fair share" of federal money.
Some white cops have even referred to non-white neighborhoods as “ghettoes”!
Writer claims “There’s no research to show that voucher holders make worse tenants than any other renters.”
He's been kicked off Amazon, PayPal, Twitter, and Facebook.
Black women tend to be on temporary teaching-only contracts.
EU’s agency “for fundamental rights” calls for more action against discrimination.
“You got to grind your boot into white supremacy’s throat until you hear it stop breathing.”
Their "rights" must "be respected, protected and fulfilled at all times."
The tests are excluding “talented people of color.”
Metro police are "targeting" black fare-beaters.
West Midlands Police Accused of Discriminating Against White Male Officers in ‘Promotion Blocking’ Row
The force wanted 33 percent of its employees to be non-white or female.
Judge: "Derogatory language . . . is evidence that official action may be motivated by . . . an unlawful purpose."
Discrimination against Asians is OK if it's good for blacks and Hispanics.
Claims the statue's presence violates the Equal Protection Clause.
Some of Harvard's admissions preferences were revealed in the 1990s.
Harvard sends recruitment letters to blacks with SAT scores around 1100.
"Conservative" government makes strides in the UK.
African-Canadian Business Owners Meet to Express Frustration With Police, City After Shisha Bar Shut Down
Allegations of “years of violent incidents” are just excuses for “discrimination.”
Ban was to help “everyone can feel at ease in their neighborhood and homes."
$120 million “to support new and expand voluntary community-driven programs.”
Trump administration has now backed two groups suing Ivy League colleges.
She likes the benefits of European laws, but doesn’t like European customs.
Employment rates for black and white men were the same from 1880 to 1940.
Sowell thinks both Left and Right have wrong explanations for racial inequality.
Proposed law is supposed to address San Diego’s “stark segregation.”
We can exclude any alien for any reason.
Guidelines encouraged colleges to boost non-whites in admissions.
Chief Justice: Presidents have substantial power to regulate immigration.
"Whiter" always means "too white."
Integration hasn’t worked because “some folks cling on to the past with respect to notions of racial superiority.”
Ordinance presumed landlords' only motivation could be prejudice.
Players must be protected against “discriminatory abuse.”
If illegals aren’t counted, they could have less access to welfare.
Mayor thinks racial disparities are due to tutors and test-prep classes.
NAACP says that keeping lanes open for emergency vehicles is discriminatory.
HUD will no longer require communities to use its method of assessing segregation.
We celebrate tragedy as if it were victory.
Without “guidance” legislation, the auto-sales industry says it can offer lower prices to everyone.
Landlords don’t want to be forced to comply with a law that is officially voluntary.
Justice Kennedy appears to be siding with the conservatives on the Court.
Baltimore Councilman Proposes $15 Million Fund to Help Eliminate ‘Structural and Institutional’ Racism
The city needs to "develop and implement an equity action plan."
Protesters demand that the manager be fired.
New York Times wants HUD to integrate communities by fiat.
Former activist says "Selma is dying."
“Experts” will help Target “implement appropriate changes.”
They used to demonstrate against "diversity."
New York Times admits there are races and that they are different.
She said the case "helped minorities everywhere."
The notorious “Dear Colleague Letter.”
Defendant refused to believe that black people would support Trump.
White sports reporter claims she was not promoted because she is white.
Rules were changed because blacks were breaking them.