USA Powerlifting After Losing A Discrimination Case Must Let Transgender Athletes Compete In The Women's Category
Jaycee Cooper, a transgender athlete, recently won a case against USA Powerlifting for discrimination. The federation had previously prevented Cooper from competing in female events, but as a result of the legal victory, they must now cease all forms of unjust discrimination related to sexual orientation and gender identity. The organization was required to revise its policy within two weeks, allowing transgender athletes to participate in the women's category, which was previously prohibited.
(Video) 'Passover Special' is More Money For The Same Services At NY Car Wash: Consumer Alert
(Video) 'Passover Special' is More Money For The Same Services At NY Car WashPhoto by(@tovfla/iStock) “CONSUMER ALERT: Attorney General James Warns New Yorkers to be Cautious of Practices Targeting Jewish Communities Before Passover”
Arizona Governor Bans Hair Discrimination with Executive Order
Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs announced on Friday that she will sign an executive order to prohibit discrimination based on hair texture or style in employment, education, and public accommodations.
Parents who expected teenager to raise her younger sister furious after 19-year-old labels them as ‘sexist’
The issue of familial roles and expectations is a complex one, as demonstrated by a Reddit post from a 19-year-old woman who has experienced a strained relationship with her younger sister.
$5 million payments being considered for black reparations in San Francisco
San Francisco city supervisors have backed the idea of giving reparations to its eligible black residents. The federal government’s promise of giving each freed slave a mule and 40 acres of land was never implemented.The more than 100 proposals include a $5 million lump sum. The final decision is expected to be known later in the year. Supporters of giving reparations point to the redlining and other restrictions forced on black people which determined where they could live or do business. A lot of black people immigrated to San Francisco in the 1940s because of shipyard work.
Tragedy in Matamoros: 4 black Americans perish by Mexican Cartel
Before four African-Americans became a tragedy in Matamoros, Mexico, there was a sense of unease surrounding the journey. According to statements of their relatives, there were a plethora of warning signs that recommended they remain at home.
The NCAA's Trans-Inclusive Agenda: Discriminating Against Female Athletes in College Sports
College sports generate a lot of money, with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) making over $1.14 billion in 2021, with March Madness being the biggest contributor, especially from broadcast rights. However, there is growing concern about discrimination against female athletes in favor of male counterparts, driven by identity politics and supported by campus administrators and athletic departments.
Worker's Review: Legoland Florida; Employees Claim Racism, Discrimination and Double Standards Are in Legoland
Discrimination and racism are two issues that should not exist in any workplace, but sadly they still do. Legoland Florida is one such workplace where discrimination against employees with disabilities, particularly Autism, and racism against people of color are rampant. The double standards that exist in the company make it difficult for employees to perform their jobs efficiently, and the fact that Legoland and its parent company Merlin Entertainments refuse to take action against such discrimination only adds to the problem.
Young asian woman keeps new address from her ‘racist’ parents who don’t approve of white boyfriend
When a 23-year-old Reddit user moved in with their boyfriend of two years, she didn't expect her parents to find out. She’s now written on Reddit about how things unfolded once the secret was out, and is looking for advice as to how she should proceed.
West Virginia Governor Signs "Equal Protection for Religion Act" Amid Controversy and Concerns Over Discrimination
West Virginia Governor Jim Justice has signed the "Equal Protection for Religion Act," which supporters claim will protect religious freedom but has been labeled a "license to discriminate" by LGBTQ rights advocates. The Republican governor signed the bill on Thursday, which stipulates that the government cannot "substantially burden" someone's constitutional right to freedom of religion unless doing so "is essential to further a compelling governmental interest."
Louisville Metro Police Department’s pattern of discrimination against Black Citizens uncovered
For years, the Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD) has had a history of unconstitutional behavior, including the use of excessive force and the unlawful discrimination against people of color.
Opinion: How 10 years of white-on-black violence have had a devastating impact on the mental health of Black people
Since the dawn of colonialism, white-on-black violence has been a foundational part of our nation. It’s a cycle that has taken a toll not only on the physical well-being of Black people, but also on their mental health. In this article, we’ll take a look at the impact of white-on-black violence on the mental health of Black people and how this cycle of violence has played out over the last 10 years.
Opinion: Why Ron DeSantis’ Attack on African American Studies is a Dangerous Threat to Education
On February 12th, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced that his state would be blocking a new Advanced Placement course on African American studies over its inclusion of “queer theory” and ideology related to prison abolition, claiming that doing so would spare children from “a political agenda.”
Old, White Men's Lives Matter - Man Sues Favorite Bar for Discrimination.
A 52 year old man filed a lawsuit against his previously favorite bar in Boonsboro, Md., claiming he was thrown out because he is an “old, white man.” He used to spend at least $500 a week at the local restaurant - but he filed a lawsuit against them in federal and state court, claiming he faced discrimination at the hands of staff last year.
Mom refuses to punish 7-year-old for 'culturally insensitive' comments about ethnic classmate's food
A disagreement between a mom and a schoolmate's mother recently erupted over a seemingly innocuous comment made by the former's 7-year-old son. The mom has turned to Reddit to find out whether or not she was in the wrong for how she handled the situation.
Maid of honor accused of 'ruining wedding' and stealing spotlight from the bride by not wearing makeup
A 27-year-old woman is facing accusations of ruining her best friend's wedding after making the decision to go without makeup. She’s written about the incident on Reddit to find out whether or not she’s truly ruined everything.
Michigan Senate Votes to Enshrine LGBTQ+ Protections in State's Civil Rights Law, Marking a Historic Milestone
In a historic move, the Michigan Senate voted to enshrine LGBTQ+ protections in the state's civil rights law, marking a significant milestone for the LGBTQ+ community and advocates. The legislation adds sexual orientation and gender identity to the state's existing protections against discrimination based on religion, race, age, sex, and other factors.
Woman angry at California Del Taco worker peering thru restroom stall to verify her gender matched the ladies' restroom
Never before has society shown so much diversity and fluency as it relates to gender, among other things. And different people have different perspectives on gender topics. But no matter what one's views are about genderism and non-binary existence, practicing respect can go a long way (source).