Discrimination


Remembering a Horror of American History

Countless Americans, even many whose roots here stretch back for generations, are unaware of the fact that, within the memory of some still with us today, people were hung or…

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A Head Start on Discrimination

While this week’s ruling of the European Union’s Court of Justice (ECJ) to allow the banning under certain circumstances of Islamic headscarves (the hijab) won’t resolve the highly charged debate…

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Study: Disabled Face Employment Discrimination

Some 700,000 Israelis of working age are considered disabled, but fewer of them have jobs now than in the past, a study by the government office in charge of equal…

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Justice Department Sues Town That Blocked Mosque

The U.S. Justice Department filed a lawsuit Tuesday charging a New Jersey town violated federal anti-discrimination laws when it blocked an Islamic group from building a mosque on property the…

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