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Colorado Courts Settle on Charges They Discriminated Against People with Limited English Skills

The Justice Department today announced it has reached an agreement with officials of the Colorado Judicial Department to ensure that limited English proficient (LEP) individuals seeking services throughout Colorado’s state court system will have access to timely and competent language assistance. continue reading »

School District in North Carolina Accused of Discrimination

A North Carolina school district has been accused of discriminating against Latino students, and formal complaint has been filed with the U.S. Department of Education. continue reading »

School District in North Carolina Accused of Discrimination

A North Carolina school district has been accused of discriminating against Latino students, and formal complaint has been filed with the U.S. Department of Education. continue reading »

STUDY:  Discrimination Can Hurt One’s Health and Expand Your Waistline

If you are portly, fat or have an ‘expanding waistline’ there is something you can blame besides fast food – discrimination. A recent study, from Purdue University using data from 1995-2004’s National Survey of Midlife Development, shows that discrimination can hurt your health. continue reading »

5 Arkansan’s Charged for Firebombing Interracial Couple’s Home

Jason Barnwell, 37, of Evening Shade, Ark.; Gary Dodson, 32, of Waldron, Ark.; Jake Murphy, 19, also of Waldron; and Dustin Hammond, 20, of Hardy, Ark., were indicted by a federal grand jury on civil rights continue reading »

New Study Documents Heavy Admissions Discrimination at Ohio State and Miami University

A new study released today by the Center for Equal Opportunity documents evidence of significant discrimination based on race and ethnicity in undergraduate admissions at Ohio State University and Miami University. continue reading »

John Quinones and “What Would You Do?” Display Effects of Arizona’s Immigration Law

Wanting to see how Arizonians react to clear racial profiling since the passing of a controversial immigration bill last year, ABC’s John Quinones and his popular series “What Would You Do?” went undercover. continue reading »

Latin American and Asian Youth More Affected by Discrimination Faced in U.S.

Discrimination experienced by U.S. teens from Latin American and Asian backgrounds can affect their grades and health, and is associated with depression, distress and reduced self-esteem, a new study has found. continue reading »