Man alleges antidiscrimination law prohibits mandatory antidiscrimination training. Man is wrong.

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The federal court decision I read last night reaffirms one of the many reasons I enjoy practicing employment law: I’ll never run out of good stories to tell at cocktail hour.

This one involves a plaintiff who worked as a security counselor for a state hospital in the Midwest. He alleged in his complaint that his supervisor informed him and 31 of his colleagues that they had to complete computer-based workplace training units on anti-racism and gender identity. One was called “How to be Anti-Racist,” and the other was “Understanding Gender Identity and Expression: Moving Beyond the Binary.”

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