Workplace Discrimination News
Trump Executive Order Draft Could Curtail LGBT Rights
A draft of an executive order on "religious freedom" is circulating inside the Trump administration, outlining a potential weakening of protections designed to shield LGBT individuals from discrimination, according to a copy of the proposed order obtained by ABC News. The order –- which may never
Missouri NAACP tells travelers to be careful in the state
Missouri NAACP issues advisory telling travelers to the state that their civil rights may be in danger
NJ college: Professor fired for racially insensitive remarks
A New Jersey community college has fired an adjunct professor after officials say she made racially insensitive comments on Fox News.
Investigation of leak could cost University of Minnesota
The investigation into a leak of confidential information about allegations of sexual harassment by a University of Minnesota athletic department employee could become costly
The Note: Who Will Be the Next SCOTUS Nominee?
Trump’s First 100 Days with ABC’s RICK KLEIN and SHUSHANNAH WALSHE Day No. 12 THE BIG STORY: Whatever the atmosphere now, ratchet it up about 11 more partisan notches at 8 pm ET on Tuesday. That’s when President Trump will announce his Supreme Court nominee. Never has a nominee inherited this kind
Trump Will Keep Intact Obama-Era Order Protecting LGBTQ Employees of Federal Contractors
The White House announced Tuesday that President Trump will leave intact a 2014 Obama-era order protecting LEBTQ employees who work for federal contractors from workplace discrimination. The announcement came after reports that an executive order affecting the LGBTQ community was coming. "President
Former Title IX officer accuses Baylor of discrimination , intimidation
A second former Title IX officer at Baylor University has filed complaints with federal officials saying she faced discriminatory treatment and intimidation while she tried to investigate sexual assault cases -- especially those involving football players -- during her seven months at the
NAACP President Sherrilyn Ifill Talks Sen. Sessions and Civil Rights
ABC News' Arlette Saenz chats with the NAACP president about her stance on responses by Sen. Jeff Sessions during his confirmation hearing.
OPINION: What You Need to Know Before Filing a Sexual Harassment Complaint
Cynthia Shapiro is a human resources expert and author of “Corporate Confidential." Watch the ABC News "20/20" hour, "Crossing Lines: Women and Men at Work" on Friday, Bov. 18 at 10 p.m. ET. Sexual harassment is illegal. It is a form of sex discrimination that violates Title VII of the Civil Rights