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EEOC Judge Greenlights State Dept. Disability Bias Class
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EEOC Judge Greenlights State Dept. Disability Bias Class

EEOC certified a class of over 10,000 people denied medical clearance by the U.S. Department of State. The class includes […]

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San Francisco Chronicle: Students Sue Mills College Saying It Misled Them
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San Francisco Chronicle: Students Sue Mills College Saying It Misled Them

Coverage of a lawsuit filed by students on Wednesday by Mills College students, which claims that the merger with an […]

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KTVU Fox 2: Mills College deceived students with ’empty promises:’ lawsuit
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KTVU Fox 2: Mills College deceived students with ’empty promises:’ lawsuit

Coverage of Mills College students’ lawsuit on KTVU.com, how they were misled about the merger with another school.  

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Black Tesla employees describe a culture of racism: ‘I was at my breaking point’
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Black Tesla employees describe a culture of racism: ‘I was at my breaking point’

Black Tesla employees describe a culture of racism: ‘I was at my breaking point’ LA Times, March 25, 2022 Warning: […]

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Tesla’s Worker Discrimination Problem Could Spell Financial Trouble
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Tesla’s Worker Discrimination Problem Could Spell Financial Trouble

“Tesla’s Worker Discrimination Problem Could Spell Financial Trouble Ahead” The Plug, September 3, 2021 By Monica Melton Key Insights: A […]

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Judge OKs $2.2M Settlement in Joint Employer Litigation
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Judge OKs $2.2M Settlement in Joint Employer Litigation

Judge OKs $2.2M settlement in joint employer litigation Daily Journal, May, 28 2021

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