The Apple CEO blasted Indiana’s controversial Religious Freedom Law, which could allow companies to deny service to LGBT people.
Activists warn that the bill will permit discrimination against LGBT people.
Le voile ne peut pas être à la fois la raison pour laquelle certains nous haïssent et être écarté avec désinvolture quand c’est plus pratique.
The UKIP leader’s comments have sparked criticism from other parties, but he’s sticking to his guns. The Muslim Council of Britain also rejected Farage’s claims that British Muslims were to blame for concerns about immigration, referring to polls that showed they strongly identify with the country.
After a months-long investigation, the DOJ reportedly is preparing to sue the Missouri city if it doesn’t voluntarily change discriminatory police tactics.
LGBT advocates have walked a fine line between trumpeting an LGBT-rights agenda and appealing to the conservative politics of the Southern state. The bill was delivered to Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Tuesday afternoon.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson said he will allow the bill to become law, thereby preventing cities and counties from passing ordinances designed to protect LGBT people from discrimination in housing, jobs, and businesses.
“I think there is no doubt it is going to pass,” the bill’s sponsor, Republican state Sen. Bart Hester, told BuzzFeed News.
Meanwhile, the Wyoming House approved a religious freedom bill last week that LGBT advocates say could allow discrimination.
“This is America,” the woman said she was told by a fellow passenger.
During a seldom-given news conference, church elders called for an end to sexuality-based discrimination and religious freedom.
I do not think that word means what you think it means.
Rep. Patricia Todd called her bill to ban discrimination against LGBT employees the Tim Cook Economic Development Act. Update: Apple has issued a statement citing a “miscommunication.”
Eliminating destination bias was initially an unintended byproduct of the ride-sharing apps — now it’s quickly being marketed as a feature.
A former headmaster of Epiphany School of Global Studies said in a lawsuit that Sparks has “vulgar and discriminatory views” about people who are black, LGBT or not Christian.
Pennsylvania is the only state in the nation that has marriage equality for same-sex couples, but lacks basic LGBT nondiscrimination protections in housing, employment, and public accommodations. And advocates say that likely won’t change any time soon.
And he made a documentary all about it.
“I found it easier to say I had a migraine than that I couldn’t stop crying.”
The suit, originally filed in 2010, alleges systematic mistreatment and that women were underpaid and promoted less frequently. Several female former Goldman Sachs employees made similar claims.
“Lift the skirt” day was a pro-equality demonstration in Nantes, France, during which students of all genders were encouraged to wear skirts to school.
The cancellation comes only a month after House of Representatives cut $17,142 from USC Upstate’s budget for assigning freshmen to read a book of essays on coming out in the South.
Looks like #TheNewSegregation is off to a stellar start.
After hours of heated debate, lawmakers easily passed the measure, which opponents say creates a “license to discriminate.”
The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee has denounced the mascot as “orientalist stereotyping” and asked the school to change it, the Desert Sun reports.
It wants a court to require Texas to get federal permission for any changes to voting over the next decade because of concerns over discrimination.
Accepting gay Boy Scouts, but only until they turn 18, isn’t acceptance at all.
And 29% have been pushed or shoved by other students because of their orientation, according to a new report.
From reporting on campaign finance to doing biology, women in a variety of fields have been passed over, underestimated, or even fired for being too attractive.
Sisley Cosmetics has faced three discrimination lawsuits in three years — the most recent by a woman who says she was fired for being a mom.
Researchers have found that when pregnant black and Latina women experience discrimination, their babies are more likely to have low birth weight. Which means that the ill effects of racism might start even before birth.