'Nightmarish': Gay, Black SF Firefighter Sues Over Alleged Discrimination At Castro StationIn a lawsuit, a San Francisco firefighter alleges that during the years he served at Station 6 in the Castro District, he experienced "a nightmarish series of events" because he was gay and black.
California Battle Over Affirmative Action Rages OnWith the national discussion on race progressing, leading to another look at affirmative action policies, a push to reinstate such a program in California faces a tough battle on election day.
Santa Clara County, Chicago Lead Coalition to Defend LGBTQ Patient ProtectionsSanta Clara County and the City of Chicago filed an amicus curiae brief Friday on behalf of a coalition of 31 local governments defending the rights of LGBTQ people to access health care without fear of discrimination.  
California Sues Cisco Over Alleged Caste Discrimination Against Dalit Indian EmployeeCalifornia regulators sued Cisco Systems, saying an engineer faced discrimination from other Indian workers because he is Dalit Indian. India’s caste system puts Dalits at the bottom of a social hierarchy, once terming them “untouchables.”
Pinterest Hires Lawyers To Examine Workplace Culture After Accusations Of RacismPinterest has hired an outside legal team to examine its workplace culture in response to accusations of racism and discrimination by two former employees.
California Bans State-Paid Travel To Idaho Over Transgender Discrimination LawsCiting two new laws he said allow discrimination against transgender people, California attorney general Xavier Becerra added Idaho to a list of 11 other states where state-funded travel isn’t allowed.
U.S. Supreme Court Rules Civil Rights Law Protects LGBTQ Workers From Job DiscriminationThe Supreme Court ruled Monday that a landmark civil rights law protects gay and lesbian people from discrimination in employment, a resounding victory for LGBQ rights from a conservative court.
Report: 2,000 Cases Of Hate And Discrimination Against Asian Americans Amid PandemicSince the pandemic began, 19-year-old Elizer StaJuana says he was assaulted twice waiting for public transportation in Melbourne, Australia.
'Phenomenally Asian' Campaign Responds To Rising Discrimination During Coronavirus PandemicA Bay Area-based social media and t-shirt campaign is helping to empower Asian-Americans amid rising discrimination and violence during the coronavirus pandemic.
Santa Clara County DA Warns Hate Crimes Not Tolerated As Attacks Against Asians RiseThe Santa Clara County District Attorney's new PSA promises to prosecute those who commit coronavirus-related discrimination in a time when an alarming number of Asians and Asian Americans across the country are being yelled at, spit on and attacked.
Misguided Virus Fears Hitting Asian American Businesses In Bay Area, NationIn major U.S. cities, Asian American businesses are seeing a remarkable decline in customers as fear about the viral outbreak from China spreads.