Social worker sues Massachusetts university after she was asked to 'defend her WHITENESS' during interview for professorship she didn't get

March 10, 2022

A licensed social worker who unsuccessfully applied for a professorship at Bridgewater State University last summer has sued the college, after she was allegedly asked to defend her ‘whiteness’ during an interview…

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Fla. police chief Larry Scirotto fired for favoring non-white officers

March 6, 2022

A Florida police chief has been given the boot after an investigation found he engaged in discriminatory promotion practices…

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Paul deLespinasse: The debatable usefulness of affirmative action

January 30, 2022

Since Nixon’s administration, Americans have debated affirmative action…

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The affirmative-action trap: We need to talk about how racial preferences produce unintended side effects

January 30, 2022

Monday, the Supreme Court announced that in the 2022-23 term it will hear challenges to the use of race in college admissions at Harvard and the University of North Carolina…

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Harvard President’s Dodgy Defense of Discrimination Against Asian Americans

January 25, 2022

As a Harvard alumnus, I received this afternoon via email a letter from Harvard president Lawrence S. Bacow concerning the Supreme Court’s grant yesterday of the certiorari petition filed by Students For Fair Admissions (SFFA)…

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Ex-PBA Prez Accuses William Paterson University Of Reverse Discrimination During COVID

January 16, 2022

A former president of William Paterson University’s PBA says he was deliberately passed over for promotions in favor of less-qualified candidates amid the COVID-19 pandemic…

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Men Accused of Sexual Misconduct on Campuses Are Suing Over ‘Anti-Male Bias,' and It's Working

January 13, 2022

Legal experts like Know Your IX co-founder Alexandra Brodsky are sounding the alarm on successful lawsuits being brought forth by accused men…

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‘Minority privilege’ now more common amid the growing ‘war on whiteness’

January 8, 2022

The left is furious about “white privilege.” And while it’s true white people have benefited from major advantages over time, it’s a concept that is rapidly fading — especially now, as the reverse is coming true…

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If you’re the wrong race, the push for health-care ‘equity’ could kill you

January 4, 2022

Prominent medical organizations and the Biden administration are pressing for rules that will move “disadvantaged” populations to the front of the line for scarce medical resources — think vaccines, ventilators, monoclonal antibody treatments…

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White exec who sued for reverse discrimination wins $10 million suit

October 27, 2021

A former top executive at a North Carolina-based health care system has won $10 million in a legal battle over his claim that he lost his job because he is a white man…

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American Express engages in 'reverse discrimination' against White people, current and former employees say

September 9, 2021

At least one former employee left company because it seemed American Express was only promoting Black people…

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White New London police officer files reverse discrimination complaint

August 20, 2021

A white New London police lieutenant has filed a discrimination complaint against the city and police department, claiming he has been passed over for promotion, reassigned and had his reputation damaged even as the city protected a Black officer with claims of discrimination at the department…

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Michigan Supreme Court Levels the Field for "Reverse Discrimination" Claims

September 9, 2004

Reversing a position held since 1997, the Michigan Supreme Court has ruled that the “background circumstances” test for determining the sufficiency of a claim of reverse employment discrimination does not comport with the state’s fair employment practices law…

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