Civil Rights and Equal Protection

Treating similarly situated people similarly is an important concept underlying our notions of fundamental fairness. When people are treated differently because of their race/ethnicity, gender, or disability fairness is implicated. The Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment, along with an array of federal and state civil rights statutes, prohibits discrimination. The harms that result may be actionable. See also our extensive work in Rights of Children.

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