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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.

To contact The Office of Communications, please phone 202-663-4191 or send an e-mail to newsroom@eeoc.gov. Please note, this e-mailbox is intended for reporters, news producers, those writing for news publication and broadcasts, and other people working on news programs or stories.

If you are a private citizen seeking EEOC information, please call 1-800-669-4000 or e-mail info@eeoc.gov.

 

Browse through Press Releases from EEOC.

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EEOC ISSUES GUIDANCE ON REMEDIES FOR UNDOCUMENTED WORKERS UNDER LAWS PROHIBITING EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION
EEOC CHAIRMAN TO RECEIVE COVETED CLARENCE FARMER SERVICE AWARD
GLOBAL DRILLING COMPANY TO PAY $290,000 FOR RACIAL HARASSMENT, INCLUDING NOOSES
EEOC EXPLAINS EMPLOYMENT RIGHTS OF PERSONS WHO ARE BLIND OR VISUALLY IMPAIRED
EEOC OBTAINS $1.29 MILLION JURY VERDICT AGAINST DUPONT FOR DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION
EEOC SUES KRAFT FOODS NORTH AMERICA, INC. FOR SAME-SEX HARASSMENT OF MEN
EEOC AND CBS SETTLE SEX BIAS SUIT FOR $8 MILLION
EEOC AND NATIONAL PARTNERSHIP FOR WOMEN & FAMILIES TO COMMEMORATE PREGNANCY ACT
FEDEX FREIGHT TO PAY $500,000 FOR RACIAL BIAS
IDA L. CASTRO TAKES OATH AS EEOC CHAIRWOMAN
WYNDHAM HOTEL CHAIN TO PAY $370,000 FOR SAME-SEX TEEN HARASSMENT
NASSAU COUNTY POLICE DEPT. TO PAY $450,000 FOR AGE BIAS
AT&T TO PAY $756,000 FOR RELIGIOUS BIAS AGAINST JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES
WAL-MART TV AD TELLS THE STORY OF TWO DEAF MEN'S EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION CLAIM AGAINST THE RETAIL GIANT
EEOC and FDA to Roll-Out Guide for Restauranteurs Addressing Overlap of Disabilities Act and Food Code Rules
LAW FIRMS EMBRACE DIVERSITY, BUT HURDLES REMAIN
EEOC TO FOCUS ON NATIONAL ORIGIN DISCRIMINATION AT COMMISSION MEETING IN CHICAGO
EEOC ATTORNEY RECEIVES OUTSTANDING SERVICE AWARD FROM THE AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION
EEOC TO FOCUS ON HISPANIC FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT AT NEXT COMMISSION MEETING THURSDAY, OCT. 23
NEW EEOC FACT SHEET ADDRESSES EMPLOYMENT RIGHTS OF PEOPLE WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES
EEOC ISSUES DISABILITY GUIDANCE TO FEDERAL AGENCIES ON 'REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION'