Shawn Bauck told Newsweek that when he complained to the owner of the restaurant in Estes Park, Colorado, the man smirked and did nothing.
In a follow-up video, the male colleague was also heard telling her "this is a man's world."
Former anchor Sonya Heitshusen, 54, was let go from WHO-TV in Des Moines, Iowa, after 17 years and she alleges the reasons were her age and gender.
On Friday, James Brown, 41, of Marion, Virginia was sentenced in federal court for his crimes.
Employees allege that the discrimination included death threats, consistent use of racial slurs, and vandalism of their personal property.
A three-judge panel unanimously ruled that Hobby Lobby violated Illinois anti-discrimination laws.
"The townspeople have a right to know that their paperwork, some of the things that they trusted in our hands, is under this ground behind me," said Lucama town commissioner Patricia Uzzell.
The couple, Romiro and Leo Mendez, said the incident occurred at a fast food restaurant in Salida, California.
Keandra Simmons, 41, alleges she was discriminated against by the Miami Police Department when she was demoted from a major to a lieutenant.
"I don't really care about the money. It's more about making a statement that things like this are unacceptable," the man said about suing the fast-food giant.
When a female landscaper was told she would need to be a "bodybuilder" to get a job, she wrote a cutting email response which has since gone viral.
The teacher said she and another teacher of color were treated much differently from a white colleague.
"If we don't stand up, what are we teaching our next generation?" said hotel owner Vimal Patel, who is leading the legal fight against the companies.
Most do not believe the military has done enough to address the issue.
Two Jewish human rights groups call for a public statement from Johns Hopkins University following the investigation of teaching assistant's anti-Israel tweets.
Videos show a crowd cheering and yelling, and plastic bottles being thrown, as Mathews walked from his porch to a police vehicle following his arrest.
Former Eagles assistant offensive line coach Eugene Chung said the comment was made to him while interviewing for a coaching position, but the league said it has not been able to verify who or what was said.
"This partisan lawsuit was nothing short of an attempt to tarnish Gov. Branstad's character and reputation," said Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig.
In a statement given to Newsweek, a Fox News representative acknowledged the settlement by saying, "We are pleased to reach an amicable resolution of this legacy matter."
Attorney General Rob Bonta announced on Monday that Arkansas, Florida, Montana, North Dakota and West Virginia are being added to California's list.
If someone threatened to attack one of my friends, I would strongly defend them. I have wondered why I was willing to accept the same behavior when it happened to me.
The apology email, obtained by Newsweek, was addressed "Dear Spence Community" and said "This video is not part of the Spence curriculum. Our teacher and the School acknowledge that sharing a satirical video that made fun of white women was a significant mistake."
"I spoke to my children and I let them know that we're humankind. We're going to stand together," the mother said. A mother and her two children were victims of a racially fueled attack in Brooklyn on Friday, and the incident is being investigated as a hate crime.
The man's widow is filing a wrongful death lawsuit alleging that the officers were motivated by racial discrimination.
After matriculating into medical school in the fall of 2013, I was drowning. It seemed that who I was—a Black, gay man—could not exist within the medical system.
The officer's comments were screengrabbed and sent to the Warren Police Department, who said an internal investigation is now underway.
"It would be a big deal because of the nature of college admissions across the country and because of the stakes of having this issue before the Supreme Court," U.S. lawyer Gregory Garre said.
"This case serves as a reminder that systemic discrimination and harassment remain significant problems that we as a society must tackle," the chair of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission said.
A Paris appeals court ordered the state of France to pay reparations in the form of 1,500 euros to three young men who were racially profiled in 2017.
"A school that educates in respect, diversity, co-education and tolerance. Dress as you want!" teacher Borja Velázquez tweeted.