Discrimination

Read: Antisemitic Signs, Instagram Posts Prompt UCSB to Close Its Multi-Cultural Center

Antisemitic Signs, Instagram Posts Prompt UCSB to Close Its Multi-Cultural Center

The signs were posted during a gathering involving pro-Palestine and pro-Israel students on Monday that got very heated.

Read: Delaware: OCR, Red Clay CSD Resolve Antisemitic Bullying Complaint

Delaware: OCR, Red Clay CSD Resolve Antisemitic Bullying Complaint

The district must audit its harassment procedures and annually train its staff after a student was repeatedly targeted for being Jewish.

Read: Jury: University of Washington Must Pay $16M for Police Department Discrimination Against Black Officers

Jury: University of Washington Must Pay $16M for Police Department Discrimination Against Black Officers

Attorneys for the Black officers claimed UW turned a blind eye for years to the more than 100 racist incidents.

Read: Thomas Jefferson University to Pay $15 Million to Male Surgeon for Gender-Biased Rape Investigation

Thomas Jefferson University to Pay $15 Million to Male Surgeon for Gender-Biased Rape Investigation

The surgeon and associate professor said a medical resident forced herself on him and that the school ignored his side of the story.

Read: Dept. of Ed OCR Announces Resolution of 3 Discipline, Sexual Harassment and Disability Harassment Investigations

Dept. of Ed OCR Announces Resolution of 3 Discipline, Sexual Harassment and Disability Harassment Investigations

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools in North Carolina, Alpine SD in Utah, and Allegheny Valley SD were all being investigated by OCR for a variety of violations.

Read: Nash County Public Schools Reaches Agreement with OCR to Resolve Sex Discrimination, Harassment Investigation

Nash County Public Schools Reaches Agreement with OCR to Resolve Sex Discrimination, Harassment Investigation

OCR found that the district told the girls they were “opening the door” to sexual harassment with their manner of dress.

Read: 5 Facts: July 2023 Edition

5 Facts: July 2023 Edition

This month’s edition is about age discrimination in the workplace, the recent drop in the U.S. murder rate, extreme heat, and more.

Read: Lawsuit: Harvard Legacy Admissions Practices Disadvantage Students of Color

Lawsuit: Harvard Legacy Admissions Practices Disadvantage Students of Color

The lawsuit claims 70% of applicants with ties to wealthy alumni or donors are White and that a portion of those students would not be admitted otherwise.

Read: U.S. Departments of Education and Justice Release Resource on Confronting Racial Discrimination in Student Discipline

U.S. Departments of Education and Justice Release Resource on Confronting Racial Discrimination in Student Discipline

The Resource provides examples of the Departments’ investigations of discrimination in student discipline over the past 10 years.

Read: Lehigh Police Chief Forms Anti-Discrimination Committee to Identify Department Blind Spots

Lehigh Police Chief Forms Anti-Discrimination Committee to Identify Department Blind Spots

Jason Schiffer turned to non-police campus leaders to review the department, resulting in changes to its sexual violence and use-of-force policies.

1 2 3 11
Get Our Newsletters
Campus Safety HQ