The Bostock Decision One Year Later: How LGBTQ+ Employment Discrimination Laws Are Evolving

Jun, 10 2021

Lgbt rights and law getty Last June, the Supreme Court took a major step forward on protections for LGBTQ+ workers when it handed down a landmark 6-3 decision in Bostock v. Clayton County. In Bosto…

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In the United States, more than 12 million children hear a minority language at home from birth. More than two-thirds hear English as well, and they reach school age with varying levels of proficiency in two languages. Parents and teachers often worry that ac…

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