In a probe by Attorney General Cuomo’s office, black and white testers visited the apartments and inquired about availability. Black testers were told there were no apartments available when there were some ready to be shown.
The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Monday that a group of African Americans may sue the city of Chicago on their claim that the city’s discriminatory use of an application test kept them from being hired as firefighters
An assessment by Georgetown University researchers, found that Black women with sufficient health insurance and diagnosed with breast cancer had their treatment delayed twice as long as insured White women.
The Georgia NAACP is suing the state, saying Georgia is keeping Albany, Fort Valley and Savannah State Universities educationally below-par with predominantly-white schools.
Federal civil rights commissioners voted Wednesday to subpoena 19 Washington area colleges in an investigation of whether higher education institutions discriminate against women in admissions.