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COURT RULES RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS DON’T GET A HALL PASS FOR DISCRIMINATION

Marry the father of your child, stop living with him or lose your job. These were the options given to Coty Richardson, the former instructor of exercise science at Northwest Christian University. In 2011, Richardson became pregnant with her third child; when Richardson informed her superiors, they went into a frenzy. In an email revealed… Read more »

NEW JERSEY POLICE DEPARTMENT UNDER FIRE FOR GENDER DISCRIMINATION

Police departments are tasked with upholding the laws of the State and Country, however, far too often do police departments themselves ignore antidiscrimination rules, raising concerns about the department and the institution as a whole. Currently, New Jersey’s Ramsey Police Department is facing a discrimination suit alleging the department created a hostile workplace for Diane… Read more »

WASHINGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT SETTLES QUARTER MILLION DOLLAR RACE DISCRIMINATION SUIT

WASHINGTON – The old guard, a traditional part of the fire fighter industry, are finding the world changing around them as Fire Departments across the nation become more diverse. Recently, Lynden City Fire Department has settled a suit brought by one of its firefighters for racial discrimination. In the suit,  Damon Winters, a volunteer fire fighter,… Read more »

CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE SANCTION FOR SEXUAL HARASSMENT

The Honorable Hassan El – Amin has been sanctioned after his clerk accused him of sexual harassment. Court clerk Denise Lowe-Williams has brought charges against her former boss after years of sexual harassment and discrimination.   The Hon. Hassan El- Amin committed several acts of sexual harassment, such as taking  pictures of Denise, despite her… Read more »

Philadelphia DA excused Sexual Harassment during DNC

DNC delegate reports Sexual Harassment Philadelphia – Bernie Sanders delegate, Gwen Snyder, disclosed that a male delegate sexually assaulted her during the Democratic National Convention. Snyder requested that the Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams prosecutes the accused delegate, and he declined. Snyder said she was sexually assaulted on Wednesday of the convention approximately at two… Read more »

Talk of Setting iPhones back to 1970 Made Me Think of This

IOS users who set their devices back to May 1970 or earlier ended up getting up a surprise when their iPhones, iPads, and iPods immediately stopped working. Apple has acknowledged there is a problem and they posted this announcement on their Apple Support website: “Manually changing the date to May 1970 or earlier can prevent… Read more »

Donald Trump Facing Allegations of Sex Discrimination by Former Employee

In Sioux City, Iowa, Donald Trump is being accused by a former employee of his campaign, of sex discrimination and other forms of inappropriate behavior, however, the 2016 Republican presidential candidate continues to deny all allegations, calling the accusers claims “totally made up.” Former campaign employee, Elizabeth Davidson claims that male employees were paid more… Read more »

Ex-Nyack College Softball Coach Brought Up On Sexual Abuse Charges

Nyack College former women’s softball coach Kurt Ludwigsen has been indicted on a slew of sexual abuse charges and other allegations. The county district attorney’s office released a news publication saying he was indicted by a Rockland County jury on third-degree sexual abuse, two counts of second-degree harassment and 94 counts each of forcible touching…. Read more »

Vanguard Terminates Several Employees Due to their Age, Disability and Religion

What happens when you take time off from your job to care for an ailing parent and your job decides to terminate you because of it? That’s exactly what happened to IT employee, Rebecca Snow who was employed with Vanguard Group.  Snow was a model employee, with the company; she constantly received excellent reviews and… Read more »

Police Director Tells Female Police Officer “You Remind Me of A Porn Star”

A second lawsuit has been filed against the city of Orange, New Jersey. A female employee claims that she was subjected to unwanted sexual advances and other forms of harassment by former police director Hakim Sims. The employee filed a lawsuit in Essex County Superior Court on Oct. 2, 2015. The suit indicates that while… Read more »