The EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) is a government agency that enforces laws relating to equal pay and equal opportunity. The EEOC has a ton of information on workplace discrimination and equal pay.
Women Employed is an organization in Chicago that is trying to improve working conditions and opportunities for women. They connect with women to combat the limitations they face everyday in the workplace.
The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) is the biggest LGBTQ+ civil rights advocacy group in the U.S. Its website includes its Corporate Equality Index, which has an in-depth workplace equality rating system for hundreds for businesses.
The AAUW or American Association of University Women, is a grassroots organization founded in 1881, which aims to empower women and improve their lives and those of their family. This organization analyzes gender equity issues and challenges sex discrimination in higher education and the workplace.
The DOL (United States Department of Labor) is a government agency whose mission is to help worker and retirees, improve working conditions, and help workers get their benefits. On its website, there is information about employment laws and other information.
This page on the EEOC website includes a list of Supreme Court cases relating to work discrimination. It tells you what decision was issued in the case and sometimes includes a description of the case.
The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that helps people 50 and older improve the quality of their lives. This link will bring you to a page on the website about the laws of age discrimination.
Workplace Fairness is a non-profit organization working to preserve and promote employees' rights. This website includes questions and answers about how you are protected and in what way you are protected from workplace discrimination.
This page reprints a famous essay by Audre Lorde, "No Hierarchy of Oppressions." Lorde is a black woman writer who is also a lesbian. She points out the fact that if one group she is part of is insulted and or discriminated against, it becomes an issue to the other groups she is part of.
HR Hero.com is a website about the laws of human rights and workplace discrimination. There is a page on workplace discrimination and lots of tips for human resources departments about creating a safe and respectful workplace.
The M.A.P. is a site based around educating people about the LGBT community's struggle in the quest for equality. It includes maps showing which states have laws and policies protecting the rights of people across the gender spectrum.