The San Francisco Board of Education voted on Tuesday 5-2 in favor of changing the admissions process at Lowell High School from an academic-based one …
Gov. Gavin Newsom and Bay Area officials celebrated a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision Monday that extended protections against job discrimination to gay, lesbian and …
A shareholder sued the board of Google Inc.’s parent company, Alphabet Inc., in San Mateo County Superior Court Thursday for allegedly tolerating and covering up sexual harassment by senior executives and giving some of them millions of dollars in exit pay.
Dozens of African American San Francisco city employees and their supporters called for greater oversight of city departments.
A federal judge has dismissed a civil rights lawsuit in which five present and former Jewish students and two community members claimed San Francisco State University tolerated and sometimes encouraged anti-Semitic conduct.
A 21-year veteran of the San Jose Police Department has filed a lawsuit alleging racial discrimination from multiple officers in the days and years following the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
A Muslim civil rights organization has sent San Jose police Chief Eddie Garcia a letter with demands after a Lebanese-American police officer alleged blatant racism.
Goodwill Industries of the East Bay Area and an affiliate have agreed to pay $850,000 to eight former and current employees to settle a sexual harassment and retaliation lawsuit, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission said Thursday.
A human rights activist who was attempting to visit the U.S. from the Philippines last week claims he was supplied with weapons and tortured by federal agents during a 28-hour detention at San Francisco International Airport.
The Napa Valley Unified School District board of trustees voted unanimously to change the name and image of the mascot at one school and the image of the mascot at another.
A black man who used to work at Tesla’s factory in Fremont has filed a lawsuit alleging an “intimidating, hostile, and offensive work environment.”
A federal judge said he plans to dismiss a lawsuit that claimed San Francisco State University has knowingly fostered discrimination and a hostile environment for Jewish students.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission sued Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. in federal court in San Jose Monday, alleging the restaurant chain allowed a local …
Six Jewish students and visitors sued San Francisco State University in federal court Monday, alleging the university and its administrators “have knowingly fostered” an anti-Semitic environment.
Longshoremen at one of the Port of Oakland’s four active marine terminals have returned to work after walking off the job Thursday morning in response to nooses that were found on the property.
A union investigation into staff pay disparities at the San Francisco Chronicle has led to a charge taken out with the National Labor Relations Board.
A Palo Alto-based data analysis company has agreed to pay more than $1.6 million to settle a U.S. Department of Labor charge that it discriminated against Asian applicants.
Clothing retailer Forever 21 violated state civil rights laws and discriminated against Spanish-speaking employees, according to a lawsuit filed this week.
Past non-work-related cannabis use will no longer be a reason to discriminate against applicants in the hiring process for the city of Oakland.
On Friday, a campaign began to improve the public’s awareness of discrimination and hate violence, especially among San Francisco’s underserved communities.
The U.S. Department of Labor sued Google Inc. Wednesday in a dispute about how much employee information the technology giant must provide.
A male suspect is in custody following a possible hate crime at San Francisco’s Fort Mason on Monday.
Three participants of the San Francisco-based Young Women’s Freedom Center will speak at a White House forum Tuesday.
The Board of Supervisors Tuesday unanimously approved legislation banning official city travel to states that sanction discrimination against the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
A compromise with federal housing authorities will allow San Francisco to set aside spaces in affordable housing projects for residents at the highest risk of displacement.
Two Oakland police officers who allegedly exchanged inappropriate racial and homophobic text messages face suspension.
School officials failed to enforce a restraining order protecting a Galileo High School student who had been sexually assaulted, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday.
A University of California at Berkeley assistant professor has now been accused by three female students of sexual harassment.
A former San Francisco 49ers stadium announcer who was fired after 30 years on the job has sued the team in federal court.
Eleven book club members who received a storm of attention after they were kicked off the Napa Valley Wine Train in August are suing the company.
The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved Tuesday a plan for city staff to prepare a gender and ethnicity pay equity ordinance.
A long-time employee of the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office has filed a wrongful termination lawsuit.