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Jamillah Bowman Williams, M. Isabelle Chaudry | February 22, 2022

The Hill Op-Ed: Banning Workers from Suing Their Employer Hurts People of Color and Women Most

In a fair and just country, corporations are held accountable in the courts if their irresponsible behavior harms people. However, like many policies, the communities most impacted by forced arbitration are historically marginalized groups. Indeed, forced arbitration has a disproportionate impact on low-income Americans and Black and brown women when they are the victims of discrimination. Their abuse goes beyond the general adverse impacts of forced arbitration, noted in a new report by the Center for Progressive Reform.