Baltimore Discrimination Includes Ethnicity Discrimination

An Annapolis area car wash owner is accused of ethnicity discrimination, according to an August Capital Gazette article. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, or EEOC, claims that a former car wash owner near Annapolis made employees of Latino descent clean his home and forced them to endure poor working conditions. The complaint was filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland. The Read More

Four Factors the Court Looks for in a Baltimore Racial Discrimination Case

According to a June of 2017 Baltimore Sun article, two University of Maryland employees allege that they experienced racial discrimination at the University’s College Park campus. The plaintiffs, both black, worked as facilities management employees at the University. According to the lawsuit, the University not only created a hostile working environment for them and other employees of color, but it also retaliated Read More

National Origin Discrimination

The United States is one of the most diverse countries in the world. We offer new chances and new opportunities for immigrant families from around the world, and for this we are to be commended. Unfortunately, even as vast opportunity exists, some people new to this country experience discrimination because of their national origin when it comes to employment. Whether the discrimination occurs during the hiring Read More

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