The federal court jury found Friday that year-old Michelle Maher was a victim of gender discrimination. Maher said a supervisor during her time at the academy repeatedly asked her about her divorce and suggested she was slacking because she was a single mother. She said she was asked to resign or be expelled after she scored below 80 percent on an exam.
USA Today leads an article about gender discrimination in college sports with the recent cases at Fresno State University: When Lindy Vivas and Stacy Johnson-Klein were coaching women's athletic teams at Fresno State, they questioned school administrators about what they viewed as inequities in staffing, facilities and job demands between the men's and women's athletics programs. After they were fired — Vivas inJohnson-Klein in — they went to court, alleging sex discrimination. After exploring Title IX in general the article returns to Fresno State, discussing the impact of the discrimination and the resulting legal cases on the women, proposed legislation to bring in oversight for institutions which ignore the law, and additional gender discrimination cases at Fresno State.
He is a former reporter for McClatchy newspapers, including the Fresno Bee, where he covered business and state government and politics, and the Island Packet in South Carolina. On the analogous night one year ago, Cooper's show averaged justviewers. Many populated areas have MMA specific gyms, but in areas without facilities, you must attend multiple gyms. The Broncos did a good job playing to their strength today.
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California State University, Fresno, has settled former athletic director Jim Bartko's wrongful termination claim, essentially agreeing to honor the remainder of Bartko's contract, according to The Fresno Bee. He went through a second period of treatment that July. In the claim, Bartko alleged university president Joseph I.
After eight weeks of testimony in Johnson-Klein's sexual discrimination trial, the jury of 11 women and one man needed less than four hours of deliberations to unanimously decide the university had discriminated and retaliated against her. The jurors embraced her lawyers' explanation for her firing nearly three years ago: She's a woman, she was an unrelenting champion of women's equality and Fresno State couldn't tolerate such an employee. For women in general, I think it's a victory to see that there's a justice system in America.
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