Sarah E! sits down with Thomas Anderson, the Chairman of the Texas Commission on Human Rights to discuss what your rights are and what to do if you think you are experiencing housing discrimination. Housing discrimination may be unintentional, but it is always against the law. The Federal Fair Housing Act along with the Texas Fair Housing Act protects your right to rent an apartment, buy a home, obtain a mortgage, or purchase homeowners insurance free from discrimination. Fair Housing means you may freely choose a place to live without regard to your race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or familial status. Learn more about your rights and responsibilities at http://www.texasworkforce.org/civilrights or call 1-888-452-4778.
Former Texans OL Wade Smith joined The Triple Threat Wednesday on Sports Radio 610 to share with us some stories from his playing days, including playing with the Texans and against Ted Johnson, what it […]
Investigations into racism at Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity chapters have extended to college campuses in Louisiana and Texas, the organization said Thursday, after its national office received word that members in those places had direct knowledge of a racist chant caught on video in Oklahoma last weekend.
A family is accusing Baytown police of racism and using excessive force when they responded to a loud music complaint. Cell phone video released Sunday shows portions of the incident.
Sports Expert: NBA Players Saying ‘N’ Word During Games Doesn’t Compare To Sterling’s Racist Remarks
In less than a week, an NBA owner’s racist feelings were exposed to the world and swift action was taken by Commissioner Adam Silver to ensure that Donald Sterling was banned from the sport forever. But some question whether the NBA should also take a stand against individuals who use racial or homophobic slurs on the court during games.
Nate Griffin & Patrick Creighton tackle the latest racial slur topic hitting the NBA regarding Donald Sterling, owner of the L. A. Clippers. His derogatory comments have affected players and fans alike since the recent release […]
A former elementary school secretary says his First Amendment rights were violated when he was “unfairly fired” after a racist Facebook post about President Obama was brought to the school principal’s attention by an African-American Pennsylvania man angered by Gonzalez’ online caption.
Racism and discrimination allegations are troubling the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, which has spent $100,000 on reports that have so far found employees lamenting “a legacy of intolerance” and is now faced with a second federal complaint from a black game warden-in-training.
Unfortunately, political poll after political poll reveals that the presidential election of 2012 has much to do – in fact, more to do – with the race of the presidential candidate than most anything else.
Romney supporters, including his son Tagg, have moved away from dog whistle politics and are now engaging in outright disrespectful and racist campaigning.