Indiana Civil Rights Commission
HIGHLAND | The Indiana Civil Rights Commission on Wednesday found probable cause of "significant sexual harassment" in complaints filed by two waitresses at a Highland restaurant.
GARY | The former principal of Gary Middle College filed a discrimination complaint against GEO Foundation claiming his firing in January was based on his race and gender.
LAKE STATION | The Lake County Minority Health Coalition will host a free health and safety fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Lake Station fire house, 1876 Central Ave.
LAPORTE | The Indiana Civil Rights Commission issued a finding of probable cause against Colima Restaurant in LaPorte alleging gender-based discrimination against an employee.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Civil Rights Commission issued a finding of probable cause against Arcelor-Mittal USA Burns Harbor for violations of the Indiana Civil Rights law and the Americans With Disabilities Act.
INDIANAPOLIS | A Lake County judge and a Lake Central High School student were honored Thursday at Indiana's birthday celebration for Martin Luther King Jr.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Civil Rights Commission will award a $500 college scholarship to the high school student who best shows how to promote equality.
VALPARAISO | Area legal eagles can keep abreast of laws and court decisions dealing with state and federal civil rights issues at a three-hour seminar planned for June 29 at the Valparaiso police station.
VALPARAISO | The city's Advisory Human Relations Council learned Tuesday about resources and support available through the Indiana Civil Rights Commission.
Sylvia Thomas, of Gary, said her daughter NyCole became stressed out and physically ill last year as a freshman at Gary's Roosevelt Career and Technical Academy. NyCole's supposedly advanced classes had many students not at the same level, Thomas said.
Gary Democratic mayoral nominee Karen Freeman-Wilson may chat up billionaire investor Warren Buffett in the coming months.
GARY | The legacy of federal and local policies enacted continue to impact and produce disparities in housing and education conditions in Northwest Indiana and around the country, according to a panel of college educators.
GARY | The Indiana Civil Rights Commission will have a full-day conference, "Navigating the Changing Landscape in Housing, Education and Employment," on Friday at the Genesis Convention Center.
HAMMOND | Local residents say discrimination against minority students, particularly Hispanic students is continuing at Clark Middle/High School.
The Indiana Civil Rights Commission will host a full-day conference and exhibition in Gary next week on how to adapt to changing conditions in housing, education and employment.
GARY | The Indiana Civil Rights Commission is honoring Fair Housing Month by conducting a statewide educational campaign with workshops and conferences about fair housing.
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