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For many second-generation Asian-Americans, academic achievement doesn't translate to professional achievement

by Erika Beras Mar 21, 2019
Asian-Americans have the highest percentage of college grads of any minority group. And though they represent just 6 percent of the population, they account for 20 percent of Ivy League students. But once they enter the workforce, it’s a different…
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Facebook settles 5 advertising discrimination lawsuits

by Jack Stewart Mar 20, 2019
It’s no secret that nearly all of Facebook’s revenue comes from advertising. But did you know Facebook is accused of allowing advertisers to discriminate against minorities, women and other protected groups? In some cases, civil rights groups say, Facebook made…
Paper circles with the Facebook logo are displayed during the F8 Facebook Developers conference on April 30, 2019 in San Jose, California. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg delivered the opening keynote to the FB Developer conference that runs through May 1.
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Applying to college amid the Harvard admissions lawsuit

by Justin Ho Jan 10, 2019
High school students weigh in on admissions policies and race as the college application season comes to a close.
A prospective student enters the Harvard University Admissions Building in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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5 things you need to know about the Americans with Disabilities Act

by Eliza Mills Jun 22, 2018
It's the most important civil rights law protecting people with disabilities.
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Why Wall Street isn't going to have a Harvey Weinstein moment

by Kai Ryssdal and Paulina Velasco Mar 2, 2018
Sexual harassment and discrimination in the financial industry is more subtle — and harder to address.
"The Fearless Girl" statues stands across from the iconic Wall Street charging bull statue wearing a pink hat associated with the Women's March of 2017.
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40 years after the Pregnancy Discrimination Act, pregnant employees still face workplace discrimination

by David Brancaccio Feb 28, 2018
"You know, you inform your boss of a pregnancy on Monday and you're fired on Tuesday. That still happens."
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Can medical marijuana become the economic engine of a city?

by Erika Beras Sep 15, 2017
Leaders in McKeesport, Pennsylvania are hoping the medical marijuana industry can revitalize the city.
Chayne Rouse and his sister Kayla Wilkes wait in line to apply for jobs at Pure Penn. 
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Airbnb closes accounts linked to white supremacy rally

by Ben Johnson and Kristin Schwab Aug 11, 2017
The company said it goes against its terms of service.
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North Carolina repeals 'bathroom law'

by Jana Kasperkevic Mar 30, 2017
The law was projected to cost the state more than $3.76 billion over dozen years.
North Carolina is about to repeal its controversial bathroom bill.
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Why the Kay and Jared jewelry sexual harassment allegations are unfolding outside of public court

by David Brancaccio Feb 28, 2017
About 250 women and men say there was rampant sexual harassment and discrimination at the company.
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