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oh Library of Congress, I am sorry you are not leading the way

Erica says it better than I can — regarding the discrimination lawsuit the Library of Congress lost because it rescinded a job offer from a hired applicant who disclosed that he was transitioning into becoming a woman — “Hey, Library … Continue reading

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SAA’s Equal Opportunity/Non-Discrimination Policy

Just a little “yay team” note, the Society for American Archivists has added language to their non-discrimination policy protecting people in “gender identity/expression,” “religion,” “sexual orientation,” and “veteran status” categories from discrimination. The policy is here with a strong support … Continue reading

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Library Of Congress subject of sex discrimination lawsuit

David, now Diane, Schroer had been hired as a terrorism research analyst at the Congressional Research Service. When she told her soon to be boss she would be undergoing surgery to change genders, her job offer was rescinded. Diana and … Continue reading

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