How to Stand Up Against Racial Discrimination Without Losing Your Job

Published: Jan 29, 2009

Q. How is racial discrimination defined in the eyes of the law? A. Very briefly, Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act is the federal statute prohibiting discrimination by a defined employer against an individual on the basis of race (and other protected categories) in the workplace. There are other federal, state and local laws with similar prohibitions.

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