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  • LGBT Rights and Resources

    Discrimination in employment, housing, business settings, school and foster care; hate crimes and intimate partner violence; family matters; concerns about health and at death; sex crimes and convictions. Content Detail

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    State Bar of California

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  • LGBT Rights and Resources

    Discrimination in employment, housing, business settings, school and foster care; hate crimes and intimate partner violence; family matters; concerns about health and at death; sex crimes and convictions. Content Detail

    By:
    State Bar of California
  • California Transgender Law 101

    Laws and regulations, practical information, recent case law. Content Detail

    By:
    Transgender Law Center
  • Know Your Rights

    Up-to-date transgender people’s rights: airport security, federal employees, workers' rights, healthcare, housing, immigration, medicare, military servicemembers, passports, public accommodations, schools, social security, and survivors of violence. There are steps you can take if you face discrimination today in every state and in almost every area of life. Each resource below includes how to file complaints of discrimination or mistreatment and how to find legal help. Content Detail

    By:
    National Center for Transgender Equality

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  • Retaliatory Actions, Evictions And Discrimination

    A landlord may try to evict, harass, or discriminate against a tenant because the tenant has exercised a legal right or has complained about a problem in the rental unit. Others can use harassment, eviction, or discrimination to retaliate against someone who: opposed unlawful practices, informed law enforcement, or encouraged a person to exercise their rights. Content Detail

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    CA Department of Consumer Affairs

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  • Fair Employment and Housing: Intake to Decision

    The administrative process for handling an employment discrimination complaint. Based on a fact pattern fictionalized from an actual case of perceived disability discrimination, the seven-part series features: 1) initial contact; 2) intake interview; 3) investigation; 4) conciliation or mediation; 5) accusation; 6) hearing; and 7) conclusion or decision. Content Detail

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    CA Department of Fair Employment and Housing
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    Spanish / Español

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