Man Threatens to Call Police on Black Woman Because Son 'Looks White'
Is there ever a justifiable reason to racially profile someone else?. Although the United States is meant to be a culturally diverse and accepting country, everyday acts of racism and microaggressions are very common.
DougCo student group addresses discrimination, proposes solution
(Castle Rock, CO) During this week's DougCo Board of Education meeting, members of the Student Advisory Group, a board committee tasked with voicing student concerns over district policies, proposed solutions to problems ranging from mental health to unfairness in the dress code to discrimination within schools.
Pennsylvania landlord sued by DOJ for discrimination, refusing to allow disabled tenants to keep support animals
Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Justice filed a lawsuit against a Pennsylvania property management company alleging discrimination on the basis of disability and refusing to make reasonable accommodations as required under the Fair Housing Act.
An earlier amusement park in Kansas City was Fairyland Park
Fairyland Park's original roller coaster was the Skyrocket.Source: KCUR.org. In 1923, located at 75th and Prospect was Kansas City's popular Fairyland Amusement Park. Talk about a blast from the past. I still remember being there in 1977 the year when it closed down riding the rickety roller coaster ride. You may think that some of the roller coaster rides at Worlds of Fun stir anxiety, but nothing compared to the roller coaster on its wooden structure at Fairyland Amusement Park. I remember I was just happy to exit that ride, but I'm not a fan of roller coasters.
Hair Discrimination Could Become Illegal in Massachusetts
According to nbcboston.com, Massachusetts lawmakers are set to vote on legislation that would make discrimination on the basis of a person’s natural hair style illegal. The legislation, known as the C.R.O.W.N Act, is currently in effect in 14 states nationwide.
The Legend of the Woman Who Did the Unthinkable To Protest Breast Tax Was Birthed in Blood and Injustice
Kerala, a state in India is famous for its palm-lined beaches and network of canals that make up its backwaters but perhaps what stands out more than tourist attractions is the fact that it boasts a 96% literacy rate.
Colorado Incarceration Facility to be a National Historic Site
The camp held Japanese Americans during World War II. A World War II camp barracks replica(Image is author's) It has been eighty years since President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066 on February 19, 1942. That order paved the way for the removal of 120,000 persons of Japanese descent from their homes on the West Coast of the continental United States after the start of World War II.
The Rooney Rule and Race-Based Litigation for the NFL
On Tuesday afternoon, former Miami Dolphins head coach, Brian Flores, did what should have been done every year since 2003 - sue the NFL for racism in their hiring practices. Four head coaching positions have been filled since the end of the NFL’s regular season. Those teams - the New York Giants, Las Vegas Raiders, Denver Broncos, and Chicago Bears - all hired white head coaches.
Is the Brian Flores lawsuit legit?
Normally, the off week news between the NFL Conference Championship games and the Super Bowl is rather boring. However, things picked up rather briskly when fired Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores filed a lawsuit against the NFL for discrimination. Let us take an in-depth summary into the lawsuit to see whether or not this case is worth litigating.
The Philly Four: COVID pills scarce in Pa., Sixers nix deal with weird Chinese metaverse company
Welcome to The Philly Four, a daily recap of four of the top stories from the Philadelphia area, covering everything from local government to the Phillies bullpen. A one-stop shop for the most important news bites in the City of Brotherly Love.