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African-American Police Officers File Discrimination Complaint Against Brookline

Boston, MA – Two African-American police officers from the Town of Brookline filed complaints today with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD), alleging racial discrimination in employment.  In their complaints, Officers Prentice Pilot and Estifanos Zerai-Misgun cite a range of conduct that they say has created a hostile work environment at the Brookline Police Department,

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Successful Negotiation of Religious Discrimination in the Workplace

A Latino worker in Boston experienced religious discrimination in the workplace based on his Catholic faith.  The worker was subjected to a hostile work environment and targeted for multiple disparaging comments concerning his religious practices and beliefs.  He was isolated by his supervisor and co-workers because he attended chapel services during his lunch breaks.  The

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Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination Breakfast Reception

You Are Cordially Invited!   Breakfast Reception for Legislators and Friends of the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination  Sponsored by:   The Governor’s Advisory Board on the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race & Justice Jewish Alliance for Law & Social Justice Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights and Economic Justice Representative Byron

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