The company, along with five managers and supervisors, are being accused of allowing the existence of a racially inhospitable work environment.
New guidelines from New York City’s Commission on Human Rights ban discrimination based on hair at school, work, or any other public space.
Twitter is embedded with mottos like these, often followed by the hashtags #justiceforlibya and #stopslavery.
When the general public found out, it became enraged, not by the news of the layoffs themselves, but instead by the news of who was being laid off.
As United States citizens, we collectively claim that we are actively combatting anti-semitic hate, but are we really?
Arthur Martunovich, a 34-year-old Caucasian male, walked into the Seaport Buffet Chinese Restaurant in Brooklyn with a hammer in his hand.
An old photo from a Virginia governor’s yearbook emerged depicting one person wearing blackface and another dressed in traditional Ku Klux Klan attire.