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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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UPS SUED FOR DISCRIMINATION AGAINST RASTAFARIAN
EEOC SUES BALANCE STAFFING FOR DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION
BASIC ENERGY SERVICES WILL PAY QUARTER MILLION TO SETTLE EEOC SEX DISCRIMINATION, HARASSMENT AND RETALIATION SUIT
LAS VEGAS TAXICAB COMPANY SUED FOR DISABILITY BIAS
WAL-MART TO PAY $300,000 TO REJECTED JOB APPLICANT WITH DISABILITY
EEOC SUES HOUSTON RESTAURANT FOR RACE AND NATIONAL ORIGIN DISCRIMINATION
EEOC FILES DISCRIMINATION SUIT AGAINST SARA LEE KNIT PRODUCTS, INC.
Joint Resolution
U.S. LABOR DEPARTMENT AND EEOC AGREE TO BOOST ENFORCEMENT OF PAY DISCRIMINATION LAWS
EEOC CHAIR INSPIRES EXECUTIVE SEARCH CONSULTANTS TO ACT AS "AGENTS OF CHANGE"
NEW EEOC PUBLICATION ADDRESSES REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION FOR ATTORNEYS WITH DISABILITIES
EEOC OBTAINS $1 MILLION FOR LOW-WAGE WORKERS WHO WERE SEXUALLY HARASSED AT FOOD PROCESSING PLANT
EEOC COMMENTS ON SUPREME COURT RULING IN WAFFLE HOUSE CASE
EEOC CHAIR REAFFIRMS PARTNERSHIP WITH NATIVE AMERICANS IN SPEECH TO COUNCIL FOR TRIBAL EMPLOYMENT RIGHTS
EEOC, PRIVATE PLAINTIFFS AND AMERICAN CAST IRON PIPE COMPANY SETTLE LAWSUIT
COMMISSION TAKES AGGRESSIVE STEPS TO STEM DECLINE IN NUMBER OF FEDERAL WORKERS WITH TARGETED DISABILITIES
ALLSTATE’S REHIRE POLICY ADVERSELY AFFECTED OLDER AGENTS; EEOC RECEIVES FAVORABLE RULING
WAL-MART TO PAY $250,000 FOR DISABILITY BIAS
EEOC and Southern Company Partner to Resolve Employment Disputes Through Mediation
WRS COMPASS SUED FOR RACE HARASSMENT; BLACK WORKERS SUBJECTED TO NOOSES AND RACIAL SLURS