Byron Allen Supreme Court, Civil Rights Act 1866 Section 1981

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Moors remember this historic date, November 13, 2019. Will those who classify themselves as blacks, negro, colored, etc. be return back to the year 1865?

Byron Allen a wealthy businessman who classifies himself as black is headed to the Supreme Court on a appeal. The results of this appeal may affect future generations who classify themselves as black, negro, colored, etc.

The Supreme Court will hear Byron Allen case which will be challenging, Section 1981 of the Civil Rights Act of 1866 (Section 1981) A federal law prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, and ethnicity when making and enforcing contracts. Section 1981 specifically grants all individuals within the US jurisdiction the same rights and benefits as “enjoyed by white citizens” regarding contractual relationships (42 U.S.C. § 1981(a)). Courts have interpreted Section 1981 to apply to the employment context, including at-will employment and the independent contractor relationship. Section 1981 also prohibits retaliation. It does not prohibit discrimination on the basis of any other protected class.Section 1981 applies to all private employers and labor organizations, but does not apply to discrimination by the US federal government as an employer. It also does not apply to state or local government employers. Section 1981 does not require an individual to exhaust administrative remedies by filing a charge before any government agency and waiting for that charge to be adjudicated or released before proceeding to court. There is no damages cap under Section 1981.

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Sources: Westlaw

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