An Israeli woman who has lived in the United States for the last 15 years was barred from boarding a Kuwait Airways flight in New York because of her Israeli citizenship.
Luxury department store Neiman Marcus settled a discrimination lawsuit with a former employee who claimed that he was fired for being Jewish and gay.
A federal government lawsuit against a Dunkin’ Donuts franchisee for refusing to hire a Sabbath-observant worker drew praise from Agudath Israel of America and the Reform movement.
A new Israeli Ministry of Justice video campaign may not be enough to eradicate racism and discrimination in the Jewish state. But it’s a start.
An array of liberal Jewish groups lauded the U.S. Senate for passing a bill that would extend to gays federal anti-discrimination protections.
El Al agents in the Netherlands exercised racial discrimination against dark-skinned passengers, a Dutch government judicial watchdog on human rights has ruled.
Caroline Rothstein struck a chord when she wrote about the perils of being white and Jewish and a woman in a changing neighborhood. Was it the right one?
Anti-Arab discrimination has been exposed at Israeli amusement parks, banks and pools. What does these shameful facts say about the hopes for a decent future for all?
Israelis were outraged that an amusement park forced Jewish and Palestinian students to visit separately. But, some say anti-Arab discrimination is more common than many realize.
A campaign led by the Christian right asserts that LGBT equality, as well as reproductive rights, impinge on ‘religious liberty.’ Some Jews are providing window-dressing for this push.