Albany (NY) Public Library Blacks-Only Fellowship Program

In 2020, the Albany Public Library created a paid summer internship at two of the library’s branches that was available only to black graduates of the library school program at the State University of New York at Albany.  While this summer’s library fellowship program is available...Read More

Legal Insurrection Foundation v. Providence Public School District

LIF filed an administrative complaint charging Providence Public School District with civil rights violations for a racially discriminatory program. Specifically, LIF has challenged a racially discriminatory loan forgiveness program that PPSD devised, which program is open only to newly- and recently-hired non-white teachers. The case was filed with the U.S....Read More

Greenberg v. Lehocky

A lawyer sued the Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania to enjoin newly adopted rule 8.4(g) of the Pennsylvania Rules of Professional Conduct (based on a Model Rule of the American Bar Association). Rule 8.4(g) allows a lawyer to be sanctioned for supposedly discriminatory or harassing conduct. A...Read More

Legal Insurrection Foundation v. Barrington Public Schools

Legal Insurrection Foundation sued Barrington Public Schools in Bristol County, Rhode Island, after the school district stonewalled LIF’s public records request. The matter was resolved after the school district produced the requested records. ...Read More

Students for Fair Admissions v. Presidents and Fellows of Harvard College and Students for Fair Admissions v. University of North Carolina, et al.

A nonprofit representing Asian-American students sued Harvard for discriminating against Asians in admissions decisions. A similar suit was filed against the University of North Carolina, a public university. The cases have exposed the dirty little secret of higher-education admissions: achieving a desired “diverse” racial mix means discriminating against Asian applicants....Read More

WNC Citizens For Equality, Inc. v. City of Asheville, et al.

Judicial Watch and Legal Insurrection Foundation filed a lawsuit on behalf of a North Carolina citizens group challenging a racially discriminatory government scholarship fund. Plaintiff’s members include high school students who are ineligible for a City of Asheville-funded scholarship because they are not Black. The case settled in January 2023,...Read More

Legal Insurrection Foundation v. SUNY Upstate Medical University

Legal Insurrection Foundation sued State University of New York (SUNY) Upstate Medical Center over its refusal to respond to requests under New York’s Freedom of Information Law. LIF sought the documents after receiving a report that administratively-driven racial identity politics were consuming the school. The court sustained LIF’s petition “with...Read More