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‘Sorry to Bother You’ is right — minorities are judged by the sound of their voice, and there’s science to prove it
In the new film "Sorry to Bother You," a black telemarketer finds success only after he starts speaking in a "white voice." The movie is rooted in science — linguists have long known that minorities face discrimination based on the sound of their voice.
Sexist job ads discriminate against women in China — even specifying applicants’ required height, weight, and facial structure
Many jobs stated "men only" while jobs open to women listed requirements for height, weight, facial appearance, marital status and motherhood.
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A female executive at Steve Cohen’s investment firm says it created a hostile work environment toward women
Lauren Bonner, an associate director at Point72 alleges that the company pays women less money than what the suit describes as less-qualified male employees.
Black civil rights leaders say Trump judicial nominee is ‘a product of the modern white supremacist machine’
Civil rights leaders are calling on senators to reject Thomas Farr, President Donald Trump's nominee to a federal court in North Carolina.
Google has become the poster child of the tech industry's struggles to hire and keep minority workers.
Class-action suits can be difficult, but they're better than hoping the industry will police itself, Anita Hill says.
The Trump administration declared that a landmark federal law doesn’t protect LGBT employees from workplace discrimination
The Department of Justice has filed a brief saying that the Civil Rights Act of 1964 does not prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation.