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Estenos v. PAHO/WHO Federal Credit Union

... RUIZ, Associate Judge: Juan Esteños, in alleging discrimination against his former employer, presents an issue of first impression: does the District of Columbia Human Rights Act, DCCode § 2-1401.01 et seq. ... III. Claim of National Origin Discrimination. A. Title VII and DCHRA. ...

Ivey v. District of Columbia

... Appellant Shirley Ivey filed this action against the District of Columbia alleging discrimination and retaliation in the workplace. ... On August 28, 2002, she amended her complaint to add a DCHRA charge of discrimination based upon personal appearance. ...

Furline v. Morrison

... GLICKMAN, Associate Judge: The District of Columbia Human Rights Act (DCHRA) prohibits employers from taking adverse personnel actions for discriminatory reasons or to retaliate for opposition to unlawful discrimination. ...