Mass. Commission Against Discrimination

MCAD Chairman Rules Against Parting Ways Group
The Chairman of the Mass. Commission Against Discrimination has rejected an appeal charging that the town of Plymouth discriminated against a citizens group seeking to honor four black Revolutionary War solidiers. 
The Parting Ways Committee wants the town to honor the four patriots from Plymout…
Gay Boston Man Says Catholic School Rescinded His Job
A Boston man says a Roman Catholic school rescinded a job offer after finding out he was married to another man. He has now filed a complaint with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination.
Matthew Barrett said he landed his dream job when Fontbonne Academy in Milton hired him as food servi…
New Bedford Man Files Complaint Against MCAD Chairman
A New Bedford man is still pushing for the establishment of a museum in Plymouth, honoring four black Revolutionary War soldiers as the nation's first patriots. 
Eddie Johnson has accused the town of Plymouth of discrimination for not welcoming the project. 
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A Possible Breakthrough In Parting Ways Museum Controversy
An attorney representing the town of Plymouth says it welcomes a meeting with an organizating seeking to establish a museum in that town, honoring four black Revolutionary War soldiers.  The four soldiers are buried in the so-called Parting Ways Cemetary in Plymouth. 
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