Transgender Discrimination Determination in Virginia by U.S. Courts

Transgender Discrimination Determination in Virginia by U.S. Courts

A U.S. Court of Appeals has determined that there is transgender discrimination in Virginia. On April 19, 2016, the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a ruling that transgender teenagers may not be prohibited from using the bathroom of their choosing while in school. The issue was a school board policy put in place by […]

Weight Discrimination Growing With Waistlines

Weight Discrimination Growing With Waistlines

  While laws protect against some forms of discrimination, prejudice persists and some forms of discrimination are commonplace, whether people realize it or not. Regardless of race, sexual orientation or religious belief, discrimination based on weight exists in social and workplace settings affecting the ability of overweight people to make friends and get a desired […]

Discrimination Stressing Americans Out

Discrimination Stressing Americans Out

Almost 7 out of 10 adults have experienced discrimination in the U.S., whether based on color, sex, physical ability, ethnicity or other factors. More than 61 percent face it regularly at work, in retail establishments, from police or in other situations. That constant discrimination is stressing many Americans out and impacting their health, according to […]