'They Shun Us in the Newsroom': NY1 Women Who Sued For Discrimination Say They're Facing Retaliation
Five NY1 anchors and reporters filed a lawsuit last year alleging gender and age discrimination at the New York news channel. Since then, they've felt isolated and further sidelined.
A refuge for victims of the recent pogroms in Delhi was just shut down because of coronavirus. Now, many are essentially homeless.
Momus Analytics' predictive scoring system is using race to grade potential jurors on vague qualities like "leadership" and "personal responsibility."
Three years after Donald Trump announced a travel ban targeting majority Muslim countries—and a week after he sought to expand it—the House plans to vote on a bill to end the discriminatory practice.
“The facts indicate that they deliberately and intentionally entered the school in attire known to be associated with the Ku Klux Klan."
"No Rights. No Games." is using the 2022 Olympics to place pressure on the Chinese government to end its persecution of Uyghur Muslims.
The ‘League of Legends’ developer is also promising to clean up its internal culture.
That has a lot to do with why women of color and transgender women don't get the care they need.
The security guard at the door blocked Erika Klash from entering but did not give her a reason why.
"No organization will be excluded from future consideration—faith-based or non-faith-based," the company told VICE.
Even though it's illegal to treat parents unfairly, it still happens—and can be hard to recognize, let alone prove.
This leadership training that accounting firm Ernst & Young sent 30 women to last year sounds rough!