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Welcome to the EEOC's Virtual Newsroom, which offers a wide range of information and materials on the Commission's history, functions, procedures, programs, actions and staff, on the statutes we enforce, and on related research, data and statistics. We encourage everyone to browse and search through our continually updated Press Kit, which provides extensive background and context for virtually any question.

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Browse through Press Releases from EEOC.

Name Date Sort ascending
PHOENIX JURY AWARDS $287,640 TO FIRED MUSLIM WOMAN IN EEOC RELIGIOUS DISCRIMINATION LAWSUIT
LAKEMONT HOMES SUED BY EEOC FOR SEXUAL HARASSMENT AND RETALIATION
STARRETT CITY, INC. TO PAY $70,000 FOR DISABILITY BIAS AGAINST APPRENTICE WITH ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER
EEOC 'EXCEL' CONFERENCE TO OFFER ONE-STOP TRAINING ON FEDERAL SECTOR DISCRIMINATION ISSUES
LIQUOR IMPORTER TO PAY $2.6 MILLION IN SETTLEMENT OF SEX HARASSMENT LAWSUIT
EEOC CHAIRWOMAN CASTRO TO DELIVER COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS AT TOURO COLLEGE SCHOOL OF GENERAL STUDIES
BRAND SCAFFOLD BUILDERS PAYS $175,000 FOR SEXUAL HARASSMENT AND RETALIATION
PROVIDENCE ALASKA MEDICAL CENTER PAYS $220,000 TO OPERATING ROOM STAFF LAID OFF DUE TO AGE BIAS
FLORIDA CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES SUED FOR RACIAL HARASSMENT, THREATENING BLACK WORKER WITH NOOSE
NATIONAL RETAIL FEDERATION PARTNERS WITH EEOC TO EDUCATE TEENS ON THEIR EMPLOYMENT RIGHTS
EEOC LAUNCHES SPANISH-LANGUAGE YOUTH@WORK WEB SITE
EEOC ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF 35TH ANNIVERSARY ART CONTEST
EEOC SUES EXXON FOR DISABILITY ACT VIOLATION
EEOC ISSUES REPORT ON FEDERAL WORK FORCE FOR 2005
COMMISSION TAKES AGGRESSIVE STEPS TO STEM DECLINE IN NUMBER OF FEDERAL WORKERS WITH TARGETED DISABILITIES
EEOC REAFFIRMS COMMITMENT TO PROTECTING UNDOCUMENTED WORKERS FROM DISCRIMINATION
EEOC REAFIRMA SU COMPROMISO A PROTEGER A TRABAJADORES INDOCUMENTADOS DE LA DISCRIMINACION
CHAIRMAN CASELLAS APPOINTS ELIZABETH M. THORNTON DIRECTOR OF EEOC's OFFICE OF PROGRAM OPERATIONS
COMMISSION TO MEET WEDNESDAY TO ADDRESS FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
EEOC SUES BEVERAGE SOLUTIONS FOR DISABILITY BIAS
TRENDWEST RESORTS INC. TO PAY $475,000 FOR SEX DISCRIMINATION IN PROMOTION OF WOMEN
APPEALS COURT REVERSES DISMISSAL OF EEOC SUIT AGAINST REEVES LAW FIRM IN CALIFORNIA
EEOC ADDRESSES DISCRIMINATION AGAINST LOW-WAGE EARNERS AT HISTORIC PUBLIC MEETING IN HOUSTON
FEDERAL COURT BARS STATE AGENCY FROM INTERFERING WITH EEOC INVESTIGATION

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