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White woman who called 911 on Black man loses discrimination lawsuit

Amy Cooper, a white woman who was fired from her job after she called 911 on a Black bird-watcher in Central Park claiming that he threatened and tried to attack her, lost a discrimination lawsuit against her former employer. U.S. District Judge Ronnie Abrams on Wednesday determined Cooper’s claims against investment firm Franklin Templeton as unsubstantial. In a 17-page ruling, Abrams … Read more

Pat Dodson calls for AFL to take tough stance on discrimination

The federal government’s leading figure on reconciliation has blasted the AFL over its treatment of Indigenous players and called on it to address systemic racism or risk penalties for a failure to act. The AFL has this week launched an investigation into allegations of mistreatment of First Nations players at Hawthorn brought to light by … Read more

Former UNC-Chapel Hill Student Sues Woke University Claiming Racial Discrimination

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is being sued by a black former student who is alleging that faculty members in the business school engaged in racial discrimination, and that she faced retaliation after she reported them. Rose Brown says in her lawsuit that she was pushed out of UNC Chapel Hill’s business program after she … Read more

Wayne Carey’s lawyers to investigate discrimination claim

Video: Wayne Carey’s lawyers to investigate discrimination claim Wayne Carey’s lawyers to investigate discrimination claim We’re sorry, this feature is currently unavailable. We’re working to restore it. Please try again later. Dismiss Skip to sections navigationSkip to contentSkip to footer Lawyers for AFL great Wayne Carey will investigate a possible disability discrimination claim against Perth’s … Read more

Wayne Carey to look at disability discrimination claim following casino ejection

Lawyers for Wayne Carey will investigate a possible disability discrimination claim against Perth’s Crown Casino. Josh Bornstein of Maurice Blackburn lawyers has been retained by the retired AFL star after he was escorted out of the venue on Thursday night when a small bag containing a white powder fell out of his pocket. Carey, 51, … Read more

Lawsuit claims fellowship for minorities is illegal for banning White applicants: ‘Blatant discrimination’

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! EXCLUSIVE — Nonprofit organization Do No Harm filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against Health Affairs and Project Hope, claiming a fellowship for minorities is illegal because of “blatant discrimination” against White applicants.  The complaint, filed in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, alleges that Health Affairs, a … Read more

Top Law School Faces Discrimination Suit. Their Dean Definitely Didn’t Do Them Any Favors, According To The Complaint

You’d really think law schools would know better than to break laws when it comes to their employees — some of these folks wrote the book on this stuff! Alas, knowing better does not always translate to doing better. Heads up to any UMichigan law students; the details of your future Employment law final hypo … Read more

Top Law School Faces Discrimination Suit. Their Dean Definitely Didn’t Do Them Any Favors.

You’d really think law schools would know better than to break laws when it comes to their employees — some of these folks wrote the book on this stuff! Alas, knowing better does not always translate to doing better. Heads up to any UMichigan law students; the details of your future Employment law final hypo … Read more

Report says Qld discrimination laws should be dumped for updated rewrite

Queensland should dump decades-old anti-discrimination laws and introduce a new bill to proactively protect more vulnerable people, a landmark review has found. The report warns a focus on individual complaints means wider issues and opportunities are being missed. It also says the state’s watchdog should be granted Australia-first compliance and enforcement powers. As part of … Read more

Kari Lake Reminds AZ Voters About Hobbs’ $2.75M Racial Discrimination

Kari Lake, the Republican nominee for governor in Arizona, is reminding voters about her opponent Katie Hobbs’ multimillion-dollar judgment for discriminating against one of Hobbs’ former black employees. During a recent appearance on One America News, Lake brought up the multimillion-dollar racial discrimination verdict against Hobbs while discussing the fact that Hobbs has refused to … Read more