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Indiana Civil Rights Commission's September 2013 Newsletter

 

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Monthly Reports

Recent Findings

September 18, 2013
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September 17, 2013
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September 16, 2013
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Upcoming Events 

October 4, 2013
CLE Program
Indianapolis
October 10, 2013
Power of Diversity Series
Valparaiso
October 25, 2013
CLE Program
Muncie
October 29, 2013
Power of Diversity Series
Indianapolis

News Headlines

 

Message from the Director

The Indiana Civil Rights Commission's (ICRC) Executive Director Jamal L. Smith discusses Indiana's new "Second Chance Law".

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Sept. 2013 Jamal 

State Civil Rights Commission issues sex discrimination charges
Multiple employers have been charged with sex discrimination this month in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Indiana Civil Rights Law. The charges, each reported to the Indiana Civil Rights Commission (ICRC), involve cases where female employees were treated less favorably than male employees...more

Indianapolis Company charged with race discrimination
The Indiana Civil Rights Commission’s Deputy Director Akia Haynes announced today that Assisted Living Concepts, Inc. in Indianapolis faces a charge of racial discrimination after they terminated an African-American employee last year...more

Saint Mary's College releases "The Status of Girls in Indiana 2013"
Saint Mary’s College, a Catholic, women’s liberal arts college in Notre Dame, Indiana, released The Status of Girls in Indiana 2013 this month. A team of faculty and students compiled the 60-page report, which draws together publicly available statistics on Hoosier girls ages 10 to 19...more

Former Gary Middle College principal files discrimination complaint
The Indiana Civil Rights Commission’s Deputy Director Akia Haynes announced today that GEO Foundation, which operates Gary Middle College in Gary, Indiana, is accused of violating Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Indiana Civil Rights Law for allegedly terminating their former principal because of his race and gender...more

Zender Family Limited Partnership charged with housing discrimination
The Indiana Civil Rights Commission’s Deputy Director Akia Haynes announced today that Zender Family Limited Partnership, who operates 16 apartment communities in downtown Indianapolis, was charged with housing discrimination for failing to engage in the interactive process with a disabled tenant after she requested to be released early from her lease agreement because of a medical condition...more

One Indiana Television Program

One Indiana is a television program developed by the Indiana Civil Rights Commission (ICRC) to discuss issues of civil rights, equal access as well as to highlight individuals and organizations who are promoting diversity.

Click here to view this month's episode.