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    Justice Department settles U.S. Worker Discrimination claims against New Mexico farm 

    WASHINGTON – The Justice Department announced on Tuesday May 23rd that it has reached a settlement agreement with Carrillo Farm Labor, LLC (Carrillo Farm), an onion farm in Deming, New Mexico.  The settlement resolves the department’s investigation of complaints that Carrillo Farm discriminated against U.S. citizens due to a...
  • Advocates are asking a federal judge to force the Environmental Protection Agency to investigate environmental justice complaints, including one on the permits for the Delta Energy Center in Pittsburg, Calif. Photo Credit: Calpine

    Groups Ask Judge to Force EPA to Probe Discrimination

    Suzanne Potter California News Service OAKLAND, Calif. – Five nonprofits, including one in California, filed a motion in federal court Monday March 13th to force the EPA to follow up on environmental justice-related civil rights complaints. The groups accuse the EPA of dragging its feet, in some cases for...
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    Families with Children Face Housing Discrimination in Fremont

    Fair Housing Investigation at Fremont Condo Complex Reveals Longstanding Pattern of Discrimination Against Families with Children Fremont, CA – Project Sentinel joined a class of aggrieved residents to file a housing discrimination lawsuit in federal court against Silvertree Mohave Homeowners’ Association (HOA) and Management Solutions. Both jointly manage Silvertree...