Karen Rutzick for govexec.com quotes official documents to suggest that disparities in promotions, performance ratings are still based on race in the United States. Ronald Stroman was hauled before a joint Senate-House hearing in May to explain why black analysts at the Government Accountability Office were receiving lower performance ratings than their white counterparts. How […]
South Bend Tribune staff writer YaSHEKIA SMALLS reports in-depth a racial discrimination case that alleges the school corporation poising itself against a biracial student. MISHAWAKA — A Penn High School mother has filed a racial discrimination complaint against the school corporation, alleging that her biracial freshman daughter was unfairly treated by high school administrators after […]
African Americans seeking rentals face discrimination and fewer accommodations, a study finds. By Ann M. Simmons, Times Staff Writer NEW ORLEANS â€” African Americans seeking rental housing in the New Orleans metropolitan area face significant discrimination and fewer accommodations to choose from since Hurricane Katrina, a report released Tuesday found. In 6 out of 10 […]
Jo Swift blogs Paul Street about Deeper Racism in America.
Korean-American groups express sorrow, avoid guilt For Korean-Americans, the realization of a shared ethnicity with Virginia Tech gunman Seung-Hui Cho has left many trying to untangle a complex web of emotions. Shock that someone could commit such a horrific act of violence. Anguish for the victims. And the unfounded fear – common among virtually any […]