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Con Edison accused of withdrawing Long Island woman’s job offer because of sexy Instagram photo

CON EDISON GENDER DISCRIMINATION CONTINUES, WORKER SAYS IN LAWSUITThe photo shows a mirror image of a nude woman nibbling at an aroused naked breast. Chirichella indicated she was.“We are reviewing the matter now,” a Con Ed spokesman said Monday night. Courtesy Samantha Chirchella Samantha Chirichella is suing Con Ed for rescinding a job offer because it considered an image posted to her social media as too sexually explicit.
Daily News
03/05
8 Points
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New York Times staff has become increasingly younger and whiter under current leadership, according to lawsuit

Mark Lennihan/AP “Unbeknownst to the world at large, not only does the Times have an ideal customer (young, white, wealthy), but also an ideal staffer (young, white, unencumbered with a family) to draw that purported ideal customer,” the suit says. “It also completely distorts the realities of the work environment at the New York Times.“The suit is entirely without merit and we intend to fight it vigorously in court,” Murphy added.The lawsuit is seeking unspecified damages.
Daily News
29/04
7 Points
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Colorado Supreme Court won't hear Lakewood baker discrimination case

Phillips told the couple that he would not make them a wedding cake because of his religious beliefs. In their appeal, Phillips' attorneys asked the Colorado Supreme Court to decide whether Phillips' religious beliefs about marriage are being violated. In their ruling, the appeals judges found that the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act does not compel the cake shop owner to endorse any religious views. Mullins and Craig planned to marry in Massachusetts and wanted a cake to celebrate in Colorado.
The Denver Post
25/04
3 Points
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Money 2 women suing Chipotle for sex discrimination settle case

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission describes sex discrimination as that which “involves treating someone (an applicant or employee) unfavorably because of that person’s sex. The law forbids discrimination when it comes to any aspect of employment, including hiring, firing, pay, job assignments, promotions, layoff, training, fringe benefits, and any other term or condition of employment.”Follow Fatima Hussein on Twitter: @fatimathefatima.
USA Today
20/04
6 Points
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Texas pastor files lawsuit over Whole Foods cake that allegedly contained homophobic slur

Kaplan Law FIrm PLLC via YouTube Jordan Brown is the openly gay founder of the Church of Open Doors in Texas. And to add insult to injury, Whole Foods refuses to call me,” he said.He said Brown had “no other choice” but to file his lawsuit. Austin Kaplan/Kaplan Law Firm PLLC Texas Pastor Jordan Brown claims a cake he ordered from a local Whole Foods that should have just read "Love Wins" also included an anti-gay slur.
Daily News
19/04
22 Points

Milpitas: federal age discrimination lawsuit against city settled

Milpitas will pay $140,000 and provide other relief to settle the age discrimination lawsuit. In addition, the city will distribute revised age discrimination policies to all employees; implement a comprehensive procedure for reporting complaints; provide annual anti-discrimination training to all employees, managers and supervisors; and report any age discrimination complaints to EEOC for two years, according to the agency.
San Jose Mercury News
16/04
3 Points

Milpitas: Public can give input in on city's fair housing goals, grant funding

In April, the council considers the recommendations and approves the funding allocation.City staff submits the approved recommendations and the plans to HUD in May for their approval. CDBG is administered by the federal HUD that funds local community development activities that serve low-income communities through public services and capital projects, Wong said. Milpitas City Council is expected to review the plans April 19, a noticed public hearing, Wong said.
San Jose Mercury News
15/04
4 Points
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North Carolina governor signs executive order allowing suits over discrimination ? but won’t touch LGBT bathroom law 

Related Stories Steven Van Zandt calls N.C.’s anti-LGBT law an ‘evil virus' Billy Ray Cyrus laments anti-LGBT laws in the South XHamster bans access in North Carolina, shames anti-LGBT law Tags: north carolina , lgbt news , discrimination , lawsuits . Skip Foreman/AP Two protesters hold up signs against passage of legislation in North Carolina, which limits the bathroom options for transgender people, during a rally in Charlotte, N.C.
Daily News
13/04
6 Points
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Tech Apple speaks out against new Mississippi religious freedom law, says it ’empowers discrimination’

House Bill 1523 is spun as protecting religious freedom but has been criticized for enabling LGBT discrimination. A year ago, the company and CEO Tim Cook spoke out against controversial religious freedom laws in Indiana and Arkansas. Additionally in 2014, Apple joined a variety of companies in urging the governor of Arizona to veto a religious freedom bill.Tim Cook has spoken about racial equality and gay rights in several other instances as well.
9to5Mac
08/04
11 Points
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Now OK in Mississippi: Denying gays some services

Nathan Deal vetoed that state's bill March 28.In Mississippi, a spokeswoman for Nissan (NSANY) said the automaker's statement from last week in opposition to HB 1523 "still stands.""It is Nissan's policy to prohibit discrimination of any type, and we oppose any legislation that would allow discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals," the statement read.
USA Today
06/04
5 Points
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Controversial Bronx principal who appeared in racy rap video sued for discrimination 

She says investigators confirmed that the complaint was false, but when she asked for a transfer, Polanco said no.Mercedes says Polanco tried to fire her again the following school year, but the district superintendent backed her, so Polanco struck back by forbidding her from interacting with staff and students. Bronx educator Emmanuel Polanco cozies up with blond beauty in one of his Internet rap videos.
Daily News
05/04
3 Points

Milpitas: Public can weigh in on city's fair housing goals, grant funding

"Project Sentinel pursues housing discrimination cases, mediates tenant/landlord issues and provides homebuyer counseling services," Wong said. "Staff submits the approved recommendations and the plans to HUD in May for their approval." With regard to fair housing, Wong said the city mainly gives block grant money to Project Sentinel, a nonprofit organization that specializes in housing issues, including fair housing and housing discrimination.
San Jose Mercury News
05/04
7 Points
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