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“•Informed school districts that some cases of bullying can be prosecuted under federal anti-discrimination laws.”
“X-Lautrec and his fellow Surrealist poets say they are the most neglected minority in Boston, which officially recognizes both garden-variety ethnic and racial groups in its anti-discrimination laws as well as others, such as Eskimos and Aleutian Islanders, whose members within city limits rarely break into double figures.”
“Countless research studies and the numerous discrimination complaints reviewed by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission over the past decade reveal that employers have devised endless dodges to evade anti-discrimination laws.”
“The mountain of federal and state anti-discrimination laws, affirmative action programs and successful employment discrimination lawsuits give the public the impression that job discrimination is a relic of a shameful, racist past.”
“Subsequent PSAs focused on anti-discrimination, disaster relief, mental health assistance, volunteerism and freedom.”
“This has absolutely nothing to do with his solid, and at times outspoken, support of anti-discrimination, civility, and just plain human respect for gay rights.”
“On Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Education sent letters to schools, colleges and universities around the country warning them that failing to adequately address ethnic, sexual or gender-based harassment could put them in violation of federal anti-discrimination laws.”
“I'm curious what the State's anti-discrimination laws say about this in particular.”
“If we abandon these basic principles of anti-discrimination law, it's open season on mothers.”
“If the judge doesn't understand that, she needs a refresher course on the basics of anti-discrimination law, set down in the 1970s.”
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