Nicole Gililland alleges that her college discriminated against her for working in porn. She's hoping to set a new legal precedent for sex workers.
Three major cases headed to the Supreme Court tomorrow could finally make it illegal to discriminate against LGBTQ people in all 50 states.
Employers with federal contracts may be allowed to effectively discriminate against workers based on the employer’s religious beliefs.
Half of LGBTQ Americans live in states where they're at risk of being fired for their identity.
The new policies are expected within 10 days
The important decision states that anti-gay prejudice in the workplace qualifies as a form of sex-based discrimination under the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
We owe our current "moment of reckoning" to women like Eleanor Holmes Norton, a civil rights icon who held the first public hearings on sexism and discrimination in the US. Broadly spoke to Norton about how we got from there to where we are today.
It's hard to overstate the importance of 'Evans v. Georgia Regional Hospital,' a case that could establish federal-level employment protection on the basis of sexuality.
The Justice Department deliberately inserted itself into a federal court case Wednesday evening to argue against gay rights.
The Justice Department issued the directive the same week it exchanged lawsuits with North Carolina over an anti-LGBT law.
The dueling lawsuits are over North Carolina’s House Bill 2, which requires transgender people to use the bathroom that corresponds with their biological sex.