For many people of color in this country, a visit to the doctor means being extra careful about their appearance in the hope to be treated fairly during the appointment.
In a Pew survey, Asian Americans reported facing the "model minority" stereotype, which assumes they're smarter and more well off, as well as being treated as outsiders even if they were U.S. born.
Two Black employees bring charges with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, alleging they suffered discrimination and retaliation while working at the social media giant.
Residents erupted in cheers on June 12 as the Tucker City Council voted 6-0 to pass an ordinance protecting against “unlawful discrimination” from businesses and organizations.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed a lawsuit against ExxonMobil saying the company failed to take action to prevent a racially hostile work environment.
In his recently published photobook, "No Justice, No Peace," Devin Allen confronts readers with the reality of how little has changed since the civil rights movement.
After Dr. Dare Adewumi was hired to lead the neurosurgery practice at an Atlanta-area hospital, he says he quickly faced racial discrimination that ultimately led to his firing. His lawyers and other advocates say he's not alone, that Black doctors across the country commonly experience discrimination.
The U.S. Senate still must pass the CROWN Act before it can be approved by President Biden.
And the risks may be cumulative. UCLA researchers found that those who faced more incidents of discrimination had an even higher risk of future health problems.
As part of civil lawsuit settlement, the New Jersey Department of Corrections has agreed to make it customary for prisoners to be assigned a prison stay in line with their gender identity.
Two low home appraisals spurred a Black woman in Indianapolis to administer her own fair housing test. The result led her to file a complaint alleging housing discrimination.
Former Pinterest employee Ifeoma Ozoma risked a lawsuit when she made public her allegations of workplace discrimination and harassment. She hopes California will ban contracts like the one she had.
The anti-loitering law, passed in 1976, resulted in decades of discrimination by law enforcement against women of color and people who are transgender, critics say.
In 1968, Macon’s Gwendolyn Payton approached the head of Mercer University’s art department. She wanted to discuss pursuing an art degree. He told her she didn’t have what it took to earn one, because she was Black.
Two Wesleyan College students from China are seeing the worst and best of human behavior amid the global COVID-19 pandemic. The young women were out...