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School sued over equal opportunities, facilities for sports

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Father in RBHS Title IX Lawsuit hopes for quick resolution

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Lawsuit alleges girls sports programs at Red Bluff High School aren’t up to par

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Athletes file gender discrimination class action over facilities, teams at Northern California high school

Title IX case seeks improvements in programs for girls at Red Bluff HS

SACRAMENTO (Tuesday, March 7) — Female athletes at Red Bluff High School are suing Red Bluff Joint Union High School District claiming that girls at the school do not receive the same athletic facilities, benefits and opportunities as their male counterparts. Their lawsuit, brought under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, says boys … Continue reading “Athletes file gender discrimination class action over facilities, teams at Northern California high school”

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New lawsuit seeking equity for girls in high school sports

Legal Aid at Work and our co-counsel at Siegel and Yee filed a new class action under Title IX today to address inequities in sports facilities and programs in Red Bluff, Calif., near Redding. The lawsuit says boys at the school are afforded many more spots on teams than girls, even though the student body … Continue reading “New lawsuit seeking equity for girls in high school sports”

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SAN FRANCISCO LACTATION ROOM LAW COULD SOON BECOME A REALITY

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Breastfeeding SF Workers To Be Given Private Space Under Proposed Legislation

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San Francisco mulls measure to require work site lactation stations

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First we marched, now we huddle

The next step in the Women’s March “First 100 Days” campaign, a call to women and men around the country to mobilize their own communities, is to huddle and plan. Specifically, a Huddle involves gathering friends, family members, coworkers, and others to talk — and then to turn that talk into political action. Legal Aid at … Continue reading “First we marched, now we huddle”

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