discrimination Archives

Hate Trumps Love? Red State Defies Supreme Court To Deny Same-Sex Couples Equal Rights

June 30, 2017

possibly To be Resolved in October sCOTUS ruling With the case Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Civil Rights Commission scheduled for Supreme Court arguments this October, you may have believed the last vestiges of legal discrimination against same-sex couples may be coming…

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Supreme Court Bars Discrimination That Favors Mothers Over Fathers in Citizenship Case

June 13, 2017

The Supreme Court steps in for the rights of unwed fathers The Supreme Court ruled Monday that unwed mothers and fathers may not be treated differently when it comes to whether their children can claim American citizenship, The New York…

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Girl Kicked out of Soccer Tournament for ‘Looking Like a Boy,’ Now Her Story Is Going Viral

June 7, 2017

Mili’s Story Mili Hernandez is an 8-year-old soccer player who was good enough to play on and star for Omaha’s Azzuri Cachorros 11-year-old team. However, at the final day of the recent Springfield Soccer Club girls tournament, Mili and here…

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Trump Camp Scrubs Call for Discrimination from Website after Questions Raised

May 8, 2017

In the aftermath of a reporter’s question during a Monday press briefing, President Donald Trump’s campaign removed a 2015 press release calling for a ban on Muslim immigration to the U.S., The Hill reports. Trump camp backs down “Minutes after we…

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DeVos’s Pick for Key Civil Rights Post Has Deeply Checkered Past on Race Issues

April 17, 2017

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos strikes again. Her pick for the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights is a woman who’s claimed she was discriminated against for being white. Civil Rights May Face A Setback Candice Jackson, an undergraduate student…

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Auschwitz Survivor Has a Message for Trump Administration Before it’s Too Late

April 15, 2017

Auschwitz survivor warns Congress To Change Course Eva Mozes Kor, Auschwitz and holocaust survivor, warned the U.S. Congress and Donald Trump’s administration against continuing to move in its current direction. For decades, Mozes Kor, 83, has been an advocate of tolerance…

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Trump’s America: Non-Muslim Refugee’s Home Vandalized with Vile Anti-Muslim Hate Speech (VIDEO)

April 1, 2017

Iranian refugee returns home to anti-muslim graffiti A refugee from Iran returned home to find his house totally vandalized and almost completely covered in anti-Muslim graffiti and death threats. His name is Hasel Afshar, and he moved from Iran seven years…

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Sikh Man Shot by Xenophobic Masked Gunman in His Own Driveway

March 5, 2017

Sikh man shot in Probable hate crime A hate crime has taken place in in Kent, Washington. Just weeks after Srinivas Kuchibhotla, was killed in Kansas by a man who told him to “get out of my country”, a 39-year-old Sikh was shot…

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‘Unacceptable Record’: Over 1100 Law Professors Pound Trump’s AG Pick With Defiant Letter

January 3, 2017

Trump’s Attorney General Pick Is Becoming A Lightning Rod Donald Trump’s pick for the next Attorney General of the United States is Jefferson Bureaugard Sessions III, named after the president of the Confederacy and a Confederate general. Sessions was the…

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‘Obama & Other Muslims’ Not Welcome At This Disgusting Store Full Of Hate Signs & Cockroaches

January 2, 2017

A New Mexico convenience store has been posting dozens of racist, discriminatory signs in its front windows for years, but it’s finally starting to catch some heat for it—not enough, but some—thanks to a local TV station reporting on the…

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