March 20, 2012

Danny Evins, Restaurant Founder and Focus of Controversy, Dies at 76

Danny Evins, founder of Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, passed away on January 14, 2012, at the age of 76. Evins sparked controversy in 1991 after he defended a company directive to fire employees “whose sexual preferences fail to demonstrate normal heterosexual values.”
March 13, 2012

Canadian Medical Association Journal: Doctors should wait 30 weeks to reveal baby’s gender to curb sex-based abortions

Doctors should wait 30 weeks to reveal baby’s gender to curb sex-based abortions
March 5, 2012

Erin Duffy's ‘Bond Girl’ Highlights Women’s Plight On Wall Street

Erin Duffy lost her job on Wall Street during the 2008 financial crisis. Duffy, out of work and frustrated with her prospects, began writing. The result is “Bond Girl.”
February 6, 2012

Tyson Discrimination Verdict Restored By Appeals Court

Last year the United States Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit ruled that there were no racial undertones when a white manager at a Tyson chicken plant in Alabama called black men working there “boy.”
January 26, 2012

Sexual Harassment claim against 14 year old with Down Syndrome

Recently, a 14 year old with Down Syndrome has been accused of Sexual Harassment. School officials state that there is a surveillance tape of the incident.
January 23, 2012

AutoZone Injunction to make Reasonable Accommodation for Disabilities

A federal court in Illinois has ordered an injunction against AutoZone, Inc., to reasonably accommodate for disabilities of its retail employees in central Illinois for three years and must keep records of these requests for four years.
January 23, 2012

Town in PA bans sexual orientation based discrimination

The Susquehanna Township in PA has now banned discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity or expression.