Today, on behalf of a set of concerned JPMorgan Chase [...]
Under pressure from the ACR Project, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania has canceled its race-based municipal basic-minimum-income program.
ACR Project Files with Supreme Court Merits Amicus Brief on Behalf of CFER Foundation in SFFA’s Litigation Against Harvard and UNC
Today, on behalf of the Californians for Equal Rights Foundation, we filed with the Supreme Court an amicus brief on behalf of the Californians for Equal Rights Foundation, supporting Students for Fair Admissions's challenge to race-based admissions programs at Harvard and UNC. Through it, we argue that, recognizing the Constitutional and legal bar against race-based admissions, the Court should bring its jurisprudence back into accord with the mainstream, bipartisan majority of the American people's settled understanding on the subject and end our decades' long departure from equally protecting college applicants.
The law here is no more complicated than the American sense of morality it embodies.
Today, the ACR Project joined a diverse coalition ofmore than two dozen organizations representing education policy experts, public interest lawyers, civil rights leaders, women, and thousands of parents and concerned citizens in urging the Office of Civil Rights at the U.S. Department of Education to end its current rulemaking under Title IX. There is no reason to rewrite the Department's Title IX rules now. Nor would there be any legitimate grounds for the Department to displace Congress's legislative role by trying to substantively alter the scope of Title IX through rule-making.
Today, on behalf of a set of concerned Novartis shareholders, [...]
Today, on behalf of a set of concerned Starbucks shareholders, the ACR Project demanded that the company publicly retract the host of illegal, discriminatory policies it has adopted in the name of Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity. Those policies facially violate the Civil Rights Acts of 1866 and 1964. Several states have also adopted their own Civil Rights laws, which Starbucks' disclosed policies systematically violate.
Today, on behalf of a set of concerned McDonald's shareholders, the ACR Project demanded that the company publicly retract the host of illegal, discriminatory policies it has adopted in the name of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Those policies facially violate the Civil Rights Acts of 1866 and 1964. Several states have also adopted their own Civil Rights laws, which McDonald's disclosed policies systematically violate.
UPDATE: Coca-Cola’s Widely Disseminated Outside Counsel “Guidelines” “Have Not Been and Are Not Policy of the Company”
After months of pressure from concerned stockholders, Coca-Cola’s General Counsel [...]
ACR Project Complaint Concerning Title VI Violations by Northwestern University and Evanston, Illinois
Today, the ACR Project filed with the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights and the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Office of Civil Rights and Diversity a complaint concerning a wide array of intentional violations of Title VI by the City of Evanston, Illinois and Northwestern University.