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18 Examples Of Racism In The Criminal Legal System

Racism may well be the biggest crime in the criminal legal system. If present trends continue, 1 of every 4 African American males born this decade can expect to go to prison in his lifetime, despite the fact that the Census Bureau reports that the U.S. is 13 percent Black, 61 percent white and 17

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Why You Should Not Ask a Muslim Woman to Remove Her Hijab

I am a Muslim woman and an American citizen. I wear the hijab as an expression of my free religious choice and yet I encounter much resistance. From having neighborhood boys motioning that I exit my vehicle, to road users scowling at me, to my mother telling me stories of getting the infamous middle finger

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The Cross African-American Parents Must Bear

“Cover him, Lord. … Allow him to still be here with us, Lord. Still with me, Lord. Please, Lord, wrap your arms around him,” prayed Diamond Reynolds, Philando Castile’s girlfriend, after he was shot. These senseless deaths in the hands of police rip at the heart of every African-American parent – indeed, every parent. President

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L.A. will pay a white parks worker nearly $3.8 million in a racial bias lawsuit

Five years after a white city parks worker accused a former supervisor of disparaging his skin color, the Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday approved a multimillion-dollar payout to satisfy a court judgment in the racial discrimination lawsuit. The council voted unanimously Wednesday to pay former gardener James Duffy nearly $3.8 million plus accrued interest

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Study: Children of Children Who Went to Desegregated Schools Reap Benefits, Too

It was 62 years ago this month that the United States Supreme Court issued its landmark decision that separate schools for whites and blacks were “inherently unequal,” thus setting in motion more than 800 school desegregation court orders around the country. A Berkeley economist, Rucker C. Johnson, has been tracking thousands of the children of

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Race Relations in California Are Better Than Anywhere Else in the US

The results of a recent poll reveal that almost two thirds of people believe that race relations in California are currently better than anywhere else in the US. Although these results suggest an improvement on previous opinion, a racial discrimination lawyer in LA is available if you have experienced problems arising from racial prejudice.


Race Vs. Color Discrimination: What’s the Difference?

Although they have many similarities, there is a difference between race and color discrimination. Find out what separates the two forms of discrimination and decide whether you should consult an L.A. Discrimination Lawyer with this helpful tutorial. Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, it is illegal to discriminate against any person because of

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4 Common Types of Workplace Discrimination

     Workplace Discrimination can come in many forms, including these four common types. If you experience workplace discrimination, you may want to consider contacting a workplace discrimination attorney in Los Angeles. Racial Discrimination is common in the workplace.  It occurs whenever employees are treated unequally because of their race. It often manifests itself through derogatory statements,

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Three Important Cases in the Fight Against Racial Discrimination

Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act 1964,  it is illegal for your employer to discriminate against you on the grounds of your race and ethnicity. In California, a racial discrimination lawyer in L.A. is available to clarify how the legislation may apply to your experience of racial discrimination at work. There have been a

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How Racial Discrimination May Affect Psychological Distress

As our racial discrimination lawyer in L.A. can tell you, even though an incident of racial discrimination may last only minutes or even seconds, the effects on the injured party continue long afterwards. A study published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that there is a relationship between racial discrimination and

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Racial Discrimination in Employment is Against California Law

When one thinks of workplace racial discrimination, it is figuratively black and white. However, such prejudice exists in many forms, both in obvious and in more nuanced ways. If you think you have been victimized in your workplace, it is important you find an experience L.A. Racial Discrimination Attorney. Inequity in the workplace exists in

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How To Determine the Basis of Your Discrimination

When you come face-to-face with discrimination in real life, it can be a jarring event. You may not know exactly how you have been wronged, but you know you have. When it comes to either an averse employment action, or something that happens to you as a consumer, you need to know your rights as a

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Race Discrimination is the Most Common Type of Discrimination

When tallying complaints to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, race discrimination is the most common type of discrimination reported. Here is what you should know before consulting a race discrimination attorney in Los Angeles. Race discrimination in the workplace occurs when an employer makes any work-related decision based upon the race of an employee. Laws

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Many Laws Protect You From Racial Discrimination

Individuals are protected from racial discrimination by many different pieces of legislation. If you feel like your rights under any of these five laws have been violated, you should consider consulting a race discrimination attorney in L.A. The Civil Rights Act of 1964: Title VII, was a ground breaking piece of legislation that made it

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Recognize the 4 Types of Racial Discrimination

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act has made racial discrimination illegal since 1964. Unfortunately, this behavior still exists in some workplaces today. Discrimination can take several forms from overt to subtle. If you’ve experienced one or more of these treatments, seek advice from a racial discrimination attorney in L.A. Direct racial discrimination refers to

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How to Take Action If You’ve Been a Victim of Racial Discrimination

Racial discrimination can take place in a variety of settings, from housing to employment. Take action by finding an attorney if you feel as though you have been discriminated against. Under federal law, no employment choices can be made based upon race. If you feel as if you have been the victim of this type

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