Women Say They Were Denied Jobs Because They Had 'Ghetto' NamesSeveral women are claiming they were discriminated against after receiving an email saying their "ghetto" name disqualified them from working at a Missouri company.
NAACP Lifts Travel Advisory Against American AirlinesThe NAACP is lifting its travel advisory against American Airlines, saying that the company is making improvements to address worries about discrimination and unsafe conditions.
Supreme Court Rules To Uphold Texas Redistricting PlansThe Supreme Court ruled 5-4 on Monday to uphold the use of electoral districts in Texas, which a lower court struck down as being racially discriminatory.
Texas To Settle Former Track Coach's Discrimination LawsuitThe University of Texas has agreed to settle a race and sexual discrimination lawsuit filed by former women's track coach Bev Kearney.
Mother Claims IHOP Discriminated Against Toddler With No ArmsAn Arkansas mother is accusing a local IHOP franchise of discriminating against her three-year-old son who was born without arms.
Struggle For Transgender Rights Shifts To Health CareThe Trump administration is coming under fire for rewriting a federal rule that bars discrimination in health care based on "gender identity."
Target Settles Suit Claiming Hiring DiscriminationTarget says it has already made changes to its hiring process since it became aware of complaints from a job applicant more than a decade ago.
Commitment To MLK's Unfinished Work Remains 50 Years LaterDr. Martin Luther King's legacy continues, evident today in a new generation protesting many of the same issues the civil rights leader confronted 50 years ago: inequality, police brutality and poverty.
College Volleyball Player Says She Was Kicked Off Team For Photos That Were "Too Sexy"A former Cincinnati volleyball player is suing the university, saying that she was kicked off of the team for posting photographs on Instagram that were "too sexy."
Governor Wants Texas Rangers To Investigate Sexual HarassmentTexas Gov. Greg Abbott wants the state's top criminal investigators to begin handling sexual misconduct complaints against lawmakers, judges and other elected officials.
Latino Civil Rights Site In Texas Named National TreasureA Texas building connected to the Mexican-American Civil Rights movement has been designated as a National Treasure and will share a grant in an effort to raise money for restore historic buildings damaged by last year's hurricanes.
Lawsuit Says Motel 6 Told Immigration Agents About Latino CustomersA civil rights group has sued Motel 6, alleging that it discriminated against Latino customers by giving their whereabouts and personal information to U.S. immigration agents.