Learn to speak Conversational French, Classes, Lessons, East Bay Area CA
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Civil Rights Investigations: How They Work
The federal civil-rights investigations of the officers involved in the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown pose a significant hurdle for prosecutors, but it's not insurmountable, legal experts say.
How the Retirement Wave Will Impact Bay Area Jobs and Workers
As part of our research for the SPUR Regional Strategy, we reviewed data projections to 2030 to see what types of jobs are growing and how the coming retirement wave will affect job openings.
What Happens When A Criminal Civil Rights Attorney Needs A Criminal Lawyer?
Unfortunately, very serious allegations of criminal conduct have been lodged against lawyer, Sanford Rubenstein. The most ... Criminal
10 must-watch films for perspective on civil rights
The struggle for racial equality is vividly depicted in these classic films.
Supreme Court to Decide if Civil Rights Act Prohibits LGBT Discrimination
The Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
How to File a Discrimination Complaint with the Office for Civil Rights
Pamphlet: How to File a Discrimination Complaint with the Office for Civil Rights
Why Civil Rights lawyer Bryan Stevenson prefers working at female-dominated firms
Stevenson explains why his human rights advocacy is guided by the belief that none of us are free until we are all free.
Bridging Disparate Artistic Traditions to Find What Unites People in the Bay Area
Sangam Arts creates platforms for artists to collaborate on works that encourage audiences to see "our common humanity."
100 Civil Rights Groups Call on Feds to Investigate NYPD for Spying on Muslims
Over 100 civil rights, faith, community, and advocacy groups signed a letter sent on Monday urging the Department of Justice to commence a prompt investigation into the NYPD's surveillance of Muslim Americans in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut.
Office for Civil Rights Announces Revised Process of Investigation
In response to scrutiny and criticism by public school districts, the Office for Civil Rights has announced changes to its process of investigating civil rights violations in schools.
The Technology 202: Civil rights leader warns against rolling back anti-discrimination rules in...
What is the Impact of a Weaker DOE on the Civil Rights of Minority and Immigrant Students?
Since the election, there has been a spike in racist harassment and hate crimes across the county directed at minorities and immigrants. As reflected in data collected by the Southern Poverty ...
Lawyer Who Defended Racial Gerrymandering Picked for A Top Civil Rights Job
Trump's choice for a senior civil rights post at the DOJ has defended Republican redistricting laws in Virginia, South Carolina, New York, and Florida.
Protect and Organize: How a Local Civil Rights Non-Profit is Preparing for a Trump Presidency
We spoke to Stewart Kwoh, founder and president of Asian Americans Advancing Justice-LA
What are Your Rights: Employer discrimination
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How coal ash impacts civil rights
Residents of Walnut Cove, N.C., have fought for years to win justice for community members who have been harmed by coal ash pollution at the nearby Belews Creek power plant. In response to the interest in the threats posed by coal ash expressed by the North Carolina Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, the Walnut Cove community showed up in a big way. Read more ›
Top civil rights lawyer alleges racial profiling
PORTLAND — Oregon’s top civil rights lawyer filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday against his boss and others in the state Department of Justice after learning that his colleagues surveilled his
CA Civil Rights Law Group Announces Julianne Stanford Selected by SuperLawyers as a Top Bay Area...
California Civil Rights Law Group is a leading San Francisco Bay Area law firm specializing in employment law, especially litigation. The firm is announcing that attorney, Julianne Stanford, has garnered the prestigious "Rising Star" designation by SuperLawyers.
Unintentional Discrimination? What Every Employer Needs to Know About Disparate Impact Claims
We all know (or should know) that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act and other discrimination laws prohibit intentional discrimination “because of”...