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Disability advocates sue BART over broken elevators, escalators

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Lawsuit: Soiled elevators limit BART access

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Bay Area’s disabled say BART still filthy, unusable after all these years

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People with disabilities sue BART for discrimination

Legal Aid at Work teams with Disability Rights Advocates in class action seeking changes in policies, conditions

SAN FRANCISCO – A pair of advocacy groups and two people with disabilities filed a lawsuit today against BART alleging that it discriminates against people with mobility disabilities, effectively excluding them from the regional mass transit system. For people with disabilities, problems that may be familiar annoyances to most riders can create absolute barriers to … Continue reading “People with disabilities sue BART for discrimination”

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Rights groups sue BART over ‘filthy’ elevators, broken escalators

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Equal pay: 5 ways to help maintain the momentum

Women now earn 79.5 cents for every dollar men make. That means the average woman in the U.S. has had to work all of last year and then through the first quarter of this year until today, April 4, to earn as much as the average man did last year. That’s actually more than a … Continue reading “Equal pay: 5 ways to help maintain the momentum”

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Mission Beach Cafe sued by workers claiming wage violations

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Workers at popular Mission Beach Cafe sue seeking basic wage and hour compliance

SAN FRANCISCO — Nine current and former employees of Mission Beach Café, where the line for brunch stretches around the corner most weekends, filed a lawsuit today alleging, among other things, that they are unable to cash their paychecks due to insufficient funds, they are not paid regularly, and they usually don’t receive pay stubs. … Continue reading “Workers at popular Mission Beach Cafe sue seeking basic wage and hour compliance”

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Owning up to my bias… and steps toward making a change

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