. political figures also have faced a domestic backlash for being perceived as too cozy with China.
“The challenge to eliminate the scourge of racial discrimination is a defining one for the United States,” Ginatta said. “The US should strive to make elimination of racial discrimination a reality, not just an ideal.”
Although there are laws implemented but still not a country in the world has managed to eradicate gender discrimination completely. In the USA there are following laws implemented to prevent such behavior.
My father was right. It didn't matter how much I lied on my resume. My real resume was in my cells. Why should anybody invest all that money to train me when there were a thousand other applicants with a far cleaner profile? Of course, it's illegal to discriminate, 'genoism' it's called. But no one takes the law seriously. If you refuse to disclose, they can always take a sample from a door handle or a handshake, even the saliva on your application form. If in doubt, a legal drug test can just as easily become an illegal peek at your future in the company.