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jezebel.comMasterpiece Cakeshop Guy Is Back in Court After Refusing Service to a Trans Customer Masterpiece Cakeshop owner Jack Phillips—the Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple and took his case all the way to the Supreme Court—has filed yet another lawsuit claiming religious discrimination, this time in response to a ruling that he discriminated against a transgender woman when he declined to make a cake celebrating her gender transition.
usdailyreport.comHermeisha Robinson, Woman In St. Louis, Denied Job At Mantality Health Because Of Her 'Ghetto' Name - Dorneshia Zachery Got The Same Rejection EmailA distraught Hermeisha Robinson took to social media to say she had to face discrimination on a whole new level. In a Facebook post that has gone viral, the mother from Missouri said she is saddened and shocked by the racist letter she received from Mantality Health. The alarming email from the company informed her …1
readwrite.comHow Women Are Breaking Into the Tech WorldIt’s no secret that tech has become a male-dominated industry. The press has discussed at length the gender discrimination prevalent throughout the tech sector, resulting in everything from pay inequities to sexual harassment. Study upon study has shown that women with the same educational backgrounds and experience levels as their male counterparts aren’t receiving the …
indicanews.comTCS case heads to court charges over racial discriminationFaced with charges of discrimination, the IT firm cannot avoid a trial Ritu Jha IT behemoth TCS faces trial in November over charges that it engaged in racial and national discrimination. The lawsuit against TCS, an India-based consulting1
dailywire.comBREAKING: Colorado Civil Rights Commission Comes After Christian Baker AGAIN — This Time For Not Baking A Cake Celebrating Transgender TransitionOn Tuesday, according to The Daily Caller, Christian baker Jack Phillips — who was recently handed a victory at the Supreme Court after the Colorado Civil Rights Commission discriminated against him on the basis of religion by fining him for not baking a same-sex wedding cake — filed a new lawsui1
dscus.blogspot.comWOMAN DENIED JOB BY A COMPANY BECAUSE HER NAME IS TOO GHETTOHermeisha Robinson, Bellefontaine Neighbors, Missouri, was left in shock after Mantality Health in Chesterfield - a company she had applied to work for reached out to her via mail expressing they can't take her because her name is too ghetto. Distraught Robinson took to Facebook to call out Mantality Health in Chesterfield for discrimination who immediately blamed their despicable act on hackers. The young mother said she knows she has what it takes to fill the position, yet was not given a chance. Kevin Meuret, the CEO of the Mantality Health, a clinic that treats men with low testosterone, told St. Louis Post-Dispatch on Tuesday that they were hacked and they believe it's most likely a disgruntled former employee. Meanwhile, one of the social media users who reacted to Hermeisha's post said she isn't surprised by the response the lady got from the company because she once worked in a company where she was instructed to throw out all job applications that have an "ethnic" name.1
thedrum.comWhen chief executives go wildOur history books are full of stories of powerful, tyrannical leaders taking advantage of their subjects. The past few years have revealed corporate execs engaging in insider training, expressing unpopular and controversial beliefs, committing every variety of fraud and being outright bigots and a$$holes. More recently, we’ve seen what seems like an endless parade of corporate leaders sexually discriminating and harassing people in their workplaces or being complicit when other employees have done so. I’m fairly certain that none of these are new phenomena.
justice.govJustice Department Files Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Against Michigan School DistrictThe Department of Justice filed a lawsuit against the Allegan Area Educational Service Agency (AAESA), a government agency providing support, cooperative educational programs, and services to local school districts in Allegan County, Michigan. The lawsuit alleges that AAESA subjected two female teachers to sexual harassment and a hostile work environment in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Title VII is a federal statute that prohibits employment discrimination on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, and religion.