PRACTICE AREAS | Civil Rights Law - Civil Rights Violations in the Public Places
A Seattle Attorney Preventing Civil Rights Violations in Public Places
Discrimination in public places did not end in the 1960s
Fifty years ago, discrimination was evident by a sign on the wall or a back door used as an entrance to a separate balcony. The laws in this country have changed, but many of the people remain very much the same. A racist person who posts on Facebook is no different from a racist person who wrote letters to the editor on a Selectric. The Law Firm of Kallis & Associates P.C. is fully equipped to fight for your civil rights in public places. Let us help you, and in the process, help our country become a better place.
What kinds of people face discrimination?
The census data shows that our country is becoming more and more diverse. However a quick survey of business and government leaders seems to believe that reality. It is still very common for some people to feel shut out. Ironically, more diversity gives us more reasons to hate one another. Gender and race discrimination have been joined by ethnic and religious discrimination. Those whose sexual orientation or educational background are “different” are also at risk. In some ways, 21st-century America is more intolerant than 20th-century America. A good civil rights law firm understands this environment.
Where might I find Discriminatory effects?
Just because you can walk in the front door does not mean that you are welcome inside.
Let an experienced Seattle attorney be your advocate against discrimination
If you are trying to get ahead in life but are being held back by the rules of a game that you do not understand, you need to share your story. Contact a Seattle civil rights attorney at The Law Firm of Kallis & Associates P.C. today online or at 408.971.4655 for a free consultation to discuss your case.