Posts tagged: U.S. Department of Justice - Diverse

Diversity at Stake in Kavanaugh Hearings

by | September 5, 2018 Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination is about institutionalizing the trend at the highest court to re Read more

DOJ Sides with Asian-Americans in Bias Suit Against Harvard

by | August 31, 2018
The U.S. Department of Justice has indicated its strongest support to date for the plaintiffs i [...] Read more

Trump Administration Takes Affirmative Action to Ignore Race and Law

by | July 9, 2018
In case you missed it: while you were celebrating all the progress we’ve achieved in America [...] Read more

Baltimore University Settles Pregnancy Discrimination Suit

by Associated Press | March 6, 2018
BALTIMORE — The University of Baltimore has settled a lawsuit alleging it discriminated again [...] Read more

Experts: Intimidation at Heart Department of Justice Plan

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | August 2, 2017
The U.S. Department of Justice’s recently revealed plan to investigate and sue colleges that [...] Read more

Expert: Minority Rights in Jeopardy Absent Consent Decrees for Police

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | March 9, 2017
Amid concerns that the U.S. Department of Justice won’t pursue consent decrees to hold police [...] Read more

University of New Mexico Agrees to Reform Sex Assault Response

by Mary Hudetz, Associated Press | October 17, 2016
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. ― The U.S. Justice Department says it has reached an agreement with the Uni [...] Read more

Legal Experts Advocate Change in Mindset Toward Policing, Incarceration

by Autumn A. Arnett | October 28, 2015
Panelists said the United States as a nation must find a way to curb the problems in police-com [...] Read more

Pell Grant Eligibility Clarification Opens Doors of Opportunity for Juvenile Offenders

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | December 9, 2014
Expert says higher education leaders should look for ways to help young people in juvenile jail [...] Read more