Recognizing and Resolving Discrimination in the Workplace
Recorded On: 04/29/2021
Do you know how to identify and deal with at-work discrimination that may harm you, your colleagues, or your institution? Are you facing racial or other types of discriminatory practices in your workplace? It may be difficult to decipher microaggressions or other subtle yet harmful forms of racism or discrimination, or to effectively recognize and remedy these behaviors in ourselves and others. While workplace provisions may be in place, it can be challenging for those impacted to navigate the process.
This webinar will provide attendees an opportunity to learn about the personal, practical, and legal aspects of dealing with discriminatory practices in the workplace. Employees, especially managers will learn strategies to handle and to prevent the missteps that lead to legal disputes based on discriminatory practices.
As part of AALL’s commitment to diversity and inclusion, the AALL Diversity & Inclusion Committee and Black Law Librarians Special Interest Section (BLL-SIS) are co-sponsoring this program.
- attendees will learn the types of microaggressions or subtle forms of racism/discrimination that exist in the workplace
- attendees will learn the process of reporting from inception to a meaningful resolution
- attendees will learn techniques to help recognize and prevent discriminatory practices
- Afaf Nasher, Esq, Executive Director, New York Chapter of the Council on American Islamic Relations
- Louis P. DiLorenzo, Esq, Bond, Schoeneck & King, PLLC
- Errol Adams, Hofstra University Law School Library
- Andrew J. Christensen, Washington and Lee University School of Law Library
- Gail Mathapo, University of Florida Levin College of Law Legal Information Center
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Afaf Nasher, Esq
New York Chapter of the Council on American Islamic Relations
Afaf Nasher currently serves as the
Executive Director for the New York Chapter of the Council on American Islamic
Relations, “CAIR-NY.” CAIR-NY is civil rights organization serving the diverse
1 million strong Muslim population in New York state with direct legal
representation, advocacy, media work, educational trainings, civic engagement,
and more. Prior to accepting the role of Executive Director, Ms. Nasher
served as Board President for the organization. She also serves as a Board
Member for the Association of Muslim American Lawyers. Before shifting
her focus to civil rights advocacy, she worked as an associate for the Law Firm
of Rossi and Crowley, LLP, performing work in commercial litigation. Her
involvement with CAIR–NY stems from an enthusiasm to challenge discrimination
in all its forms, promote positive activism, and foster an understanding of the
Muslim American identity. Ms. Nasher obtained her Juris Doctor from St. John’s
University School of Law and has a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice.
Louis P. DiLorenzo, Esq
Bond, Schoeneck & King, PLLC
Louis has practiced labor and employment law for more than 35 years and is managing member of the firm's New York City office. Louis represents employers and management in all aspects of labor and employment law. His areas of experience include collective bargaining, workplace investigations, NLRB proceedings, labor audits, supervisory training, wage and hour issues, arbitration, jury trials in both state and federal courts, wage incentive plans, OFCCP audits and proceedings, employment litigation before the EEOC and the Human Rights Division and alternative dispute resolution techniques. Louis also serves several insurance companies as panel counsel (e.g., AIG and Chubb) with respect to employment litigation matters. From 2002-2004, he served as General Counsel and Secretary to Agway, Inc., a Fortune 500 Company. Louis has authored and co-authored numerous articles on various labor and employment law topics and has been quoted in several publications including Business Week. Louis has been a key speaker at numerous seminars throughout the United States and other countries on a wide variety of Labor and Employment Law topics. In addition, he has lectured to: various university groups, including the College and University Personnel Association; local, state and national SHRM Conferences; and a number of national and regional business associations.