This lawsuit, brought on behalf of a blind camping enthusiast, alleges that a Fortune 500 company falsely promised the California Department of Parks and Recreation that it would deliver a public-facing reservations website that was accessible to blind users.
This lawsuit, brought by the NAACP, challenges the City of Myrtle Beach’s imposition of severe traffic restrictions during Black Bike Week, the only weekend of the year where tourists are predominantly African American, in violation of the Fourteenth Amendment and federal civil rights laws.
This case against McIntosh County and the State of Georgia alleges that the denial of basic municipal services to one of the last Gullah-Geechee communities on Sapelo Island, Georgia violates plaintiffs' constitutional rights.
This class action lawsuit successfully challenged Wisconsin Medicaid's categorical exclusion on gender-confirming treatments for transgender beneficiaries with gender dysphoria.
This lawsuit, brought on behalf of an organization and two individuals against HUD challenging its delay of the Small Area Fair Market Rent pilot program, secured a decision allowing poor families in major markets around the country to immediately use rental subsidies to move to higher-opportunity areas.
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In the Media
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 12.10.2019
- Courthouse News Service, 08.19.2019
- Wisconsin State Journal, 08.18.2019
- Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, 04.24.2019
- WBTW News 13, 02.14.2019
- BuzzFeed News, 08.09.2018
- Wisconsin Gazette, 07.26.2018
- Wisconsin Public Radio, 07.26.2018
- #BikingWhileBlack: NAACP and Black Motorcyclists Sue Myrtle Beach, SC, for Discrimination During ‘Black Bike Week’The Root, 05.25.2018
- Slate, 04.30.2018
- ThinkProgress, 04.30.2018
- The Post and Courier, 02.27.2018
- The Intercept, 01.02.2018