Washtenaw County is appealing a nearly $1.2 million verdict in favor of a Muslim man who said he was called a terrorist and repeatedly passed over for promotions.
A state Senate committee will consider a controversial proposal that could exempt people from certain laws — if those laws violate their religious beliefs.
An embalmer and funeral director was fired after disclosing that she was transitioning from male to female.
A Flint hospital is facing racial discrimination lawsuits from both black and white former workers.
“You could have a situation where people are allowed to get married in a state but will lose their jobs if they were to come out publicly.”
Whitt denied being a grumpy librarian and blamed the complaints on kids who were denied access to computers.
A lieutenant in charge of the Detroit Police Department’s drug unit says he was the victim of racial discrimination and subjected to a hostile work environment for reporting wrongdoing.
A national campaign aimed at challenging persistent discrimination against U.S. Arabs and Muslims is preparing to launch in Detroit.
A judge has ruled in favor of a former metro Detroit bus system employee of Iraqi descent who said a co-worker made ethnic slurs against him.
“I don’t believe in discrimination,” Gov. Rick Snyder told reporters at the Mackinac Policy Conference.