A Black Indianapolis homeowner has filed a housing discrimination complaint after she received a bigger appraisal when she removed art and photos from her home that identified her race and asked a white male friend to sit in on the appraisal.
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52 Black Former Franchise Owners File Discrimination Lawsuit Against McDonald’s
Several dozen Black former McDonald’s franchisees have filed a lawsuit against the fast-food giant for discrimination and claiming the company denied them “equal opportunity to economic success” compared to white franchisees. Continue reading 52 Black Former Franchise Owners File Discrimination Lawsuit Against McDonald’s
Big data shows racial bias in police behavior
Stanford University just delivered further proof that massive, readily available data sets can solve tricky law enforcement problems. School researchers combing through a mix of 28,119 Oakland Police Department stop reports, officer body camera footage and community surveys havelearned that there are “significant” racial biases at play. OPD officers are not only more likely to stop a black person, but far more likely to conduct searches of black people, even though they weren’t any more likely to find something incriminating. Officers more frequently handcuffed black people without arresting them, too. And the pattern is the same regardless of the crime rate in a given region.
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