October 5, 2012

In-N-Out Burger sued for race discrimination in hiring

A class action lawsuit was filed in California alleging that the popular In-N-Out burger chain discriminates against people of color. The lawsuit claims that certain individuals are being discriminated against by their age, race and or color. The action was brought by two African American men over the age of 40. The complaint states that one applied for a job in Oakland California in June. In August he was told he didn’t get the job. […]
August 13, 2012

Southern Church denied black couple wedding

Even though the couple set a date and sent out invitations, a Mississippi church denied black couple their wedding at the church. Charles and Te’Andrea were denied a wedding at the minly white First Baptist Church of Crystal Springs. The church told them it had decided no black could be married at that church. Read more Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects individuals against employment discrimination on the basis of race, […]
August 10, 2012

Racial Profiling Allegations in Arizona

In Arizona, Sheriff Joe Arpaio was in federal court recently where a group of Latinos sued his department over evidence showing that Arpaio and his deputies racially profiled Hispanics. The group that is suing is not seeking money damages, but want a statement stating that Arpaio’s office racially profiles people. They are also seeking a non-discrimination policy to prevent this type of behavior from happening in the future. The group is claiming that Arpaio’s officers […]