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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 202-921-3191 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.

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NEXT PUBLIC COMMISSION MEETING TO BE HELD ON APRIL 21
RED ROCK WESTERN JEEP TOURS SUED FOR AGE BIAS
EEOC COMMISSIONERS ADOPT TASK FORCE RECOMMENDATIONS TO STRENGTHEN AND STREAMLINE AGENCY CHARGE PROCESSING SYSTEMS
RUBY TUESDAY, INC. SUED BY EEOC FOR AGE BIAS AGAINST CLASS OF OLDER APPLICANTS IN PA. AND OHIO
EEOC SETTLES RACIAL HARASSMENT SUIT AGAINST GEORGIA-PACIFIC CORPORATION
EEOC FILES CONTEMPT MOTION AGAINST WAL-MART FOR VIOLATING CONSENT DECREE IN DISABILITY BIAS CASE
EEOC TO FOCUS ON EMPLOYER BEST PRACTICES TO ACHIEVE WORK/FAMILY BALANCE AT MEETING WEDNESDAY
AREA ERECTORS, INC. TO PAY $630,000 TO CLASS OF BLACK WORKERS IN RACE DISCRIMINATION LAWSUIT
AUTOZONE, INC. TO PAY $65,000 FOR SEXUAL HARASSMENT; EEOC SECURES UNANIMOUS JURY VERDICT
JURY ORDERS HARRIS FARMS TO PAY $994,000 IN SEXUAL HARASSMENT SUIT BY EEOC
EEOC SUES ARIZONA AREA BUSINESS FOR DISCRIMINATING AGAINST FEMALE AND HISPANIC LOW-WAGE WORKERS
EEOC ISSUES WORK GROUP REPORT ON FEDERAL ASIAN AMERICAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER EMPLOYMENT
LIQUOR IMPORTER TO PAY $2.6 MILLION IN SETTLEMENT OF SEX HARASSMENT LAWSUIT
EEOC TO FOCUS ON NATIONAL ORIGIN DISCRIMINATION AT COMMISSION MEETING IN CHICAGO
Egyptian Manager Fired Because of National Origin, EEOC Says In Post-9/11 Backlash Discrimination Lawsuit
EEOC AND STATE OF NEW MEXICO LAUNCH LANDMARK MEDIATION PARTNERSHIP
EEOC SUES MANAGER OF FORUM SHOPS AT CAESARS PALACE FOR NATIONAL ORIGIN BIAS
NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION PARTNERS WITH EEOC TO ADDRESS EMPLOYMENT ISSUES AFFECTING TEENS
CALLARO’S PRIME STEAK & SEAFOOD SUED BY EEOC FOR DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION
EEOC To Examine American Indian and Alaska Native Perspective On Workplace/Market Place Realities and Trends