To compile its list, NerdWallet.com says it used data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey in 2005 and 2013.
New MLK Day Poll Reveals Most Americans Do Not Feel Race Relations Have Improved Since Pres. Obama Took Office
While a new Al Jazeera America/Monmouth University Poll finds almost all Americans agree racial discrimination is a problem in the U.S., they’re divided by race on whether or not social integration is a way to fix the problem.
Farnese insisted something must be done to increase the penalty for criminals who target specific classes of victims.
A Pennsylvania state lawmaker made it public that he’s gay while at a news conference with other Democrats to urge passage of legislation to outlaw discrimination based on someone’s sexual orientation or gender identity.
Is an employment test, applied equally to everyone, against the law just because one group fails much more than another?
With more acceptance of same sex relationships, the need for bathouses seems to be declining.
Equality Pennsylvania has launched a six-week tour across the state to drum up support for House and Senate Bill 300, which would provide statewide discrimination protection for gays, lesbians and trangendered people in Pennsylvania.
Two recent studies are helping to shed light on the job interview process, and the findings aren’t very encouraging for some.
Can a business be held responsible for the racism of its patrons?
A group of Asian-Americans filed a complaint this week against the city with the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations, claiming they’ve suffered discrimination at the polls.
Government: Insurance Companies Offering Coverage For Spouses Must Extend It To Same-sex Married Couples
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has announced that insurance companies offering coverage to married heterosexual couples will soon be obligated to offer it to married same-sex couples.
You can’t actually hire, fire, or pay someone based on how attractive they are right? Wrong.
One Philadelphia area family with a disabled child says their daughter faced discrimination on a recent trip to Hershey, Pa.
A New Jersey town is expected this week to settle a housing discrimination case less than a month before the U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments on it.
A new initiative of the National Endowment for the Humanities is providing schools and communities free access to documentaries tracing the civil rights movement.