Discrimination Photos on Townhall

  •  - A bisexual woman wears make-up prior to the Tokyo Rainbow Pride parade in Tokyo

    A bisexual woman wears make-up prior to the Tokyo Rainbow Pride parade in Tokyo

    Posted: 4/29/2012 3:19:18 AM EST
    A bisexual woman wears make-up prior to the Tokyo Rainbow Pride parade in Tokyo April 29, 2012. Thousands of lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgenders and their supporters participated in the parade on Sunday to dispel prejudice and discrimination against sexual minorities. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
  •  - Participants march during the Tokyo Rainbow Pride parade in Tokyo

    Participants march during the Tokyo Rainbow Pride parade in Tokyo

    Posted: 4/29/2012 3:18:00 AM EST
    Participants march during the Tokyo Rainbow Pride parade in Tokyo April 29, 2012. Thousands of lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgenders and their supporters participated in the parade on Sunday to dispel prejudice and discrimination against sexual minorities. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
  •  - Parade participant takes pictures of himself prior to the Tokyo Rainbow Pride parade in Tokyo

    Parade participant takes pictures of himself prior to the Tokyo Rainbow Pride parade in Tokyo

    Posted: 4/29/2012 3:16:21 AM EST
    A parade participant takes pictures of himself with his mobile phone prior to the Tokyo Rainbow Pride parade in Tokyo April 29, 2012. Thousands of lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgenders and their supporters participated in the parade on Sunday to dispel prejudice and discrimination against sexual minorities. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
  •  - A boy looks at parade participants prior to the Tokyo Rainbow Pride parade

    A boy looks at parade participants prior to the Tokyo Rainbow Pride parade

    Posted: 4/29/2012 3:14:50 AM EST
    A boy looks at parade participants prior to the Tokyo Rainbow Pride parade in Tokyo April 29, 2012. Thousands of lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgenders and their supporters participated in the parade on Sunday to dispel prejudice and discrimination against sexual minorities. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
  •  - Participants march during the Tokyo Rainbow Pride parade

    Participants march during the Tokyo Rainbow Pride parade

    Posted: 4/29/2012 3:13:27 AM EST
    Participants march during the Tokyo Rainbow Pride parade in Tokyo April 29, 2012. Thousands of lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgenders and their supporters participated in the parade on Sunday to dispel prejudice and discrimination against sexual minorities. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
  •  - Participants march during the Tokyo Rainbow Pride parade

    Participants march during the Tokyo Rainbow Pride parade

    Posted: 4/29/2012 3:11:45 AM EST
    Participants march during the Tokyo Rainbow Pride parade in Tokyo April 29, 2012. Thousands of lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgenders and their supporters participated in the parade on Sunday to dispel prejudice and discrimination against sexual minorities. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
  •  - Participants hold rainbow flags during the Tokyo Rainbow Pride parade

    Participants hold rainbow flags during the Tokyo Rainbow Pride parade

    Posted: 4/29/2012 3:09:54 AM EST
    Participants hold rainbow flags during the Tokyo Rainbow Pride parade in Tokyo April 29, 2012. Thousands of lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgenders and their supporters participated in the parade on Sunday to dispel prejudice and discrimination against sexual minorities. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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    Posted: 4/21/2012 3:30:46 PM EST
    In this picture taken through car window, riot policemen seen after clashes with Bahraini anti-government protesters in Budayya avenue, outside Manama, Bahrain, Saturday, April 21, 2012. Demonstrators have called for the Bahrain Grand Prix to be canceled until the ruling Sunni dynasty enacts meaningful reforms aimed at addressing the concerns of the Shiite majority. Social media sites urged demonstrations as part of an opposition effort to use the worldwide spotlight on the race to press demands for a greater political voice. Bahrain's Shiite majority claims it faces widespread discrimination at the hands of the Western-backed Sunni monarchy.(AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
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    Posted: 4/18/2012 9:40:49 AM EST
    In a Sunday, Dec. 25, 2011 photo, a Syrian Kurdish boy who lives in Lebanon carries a banner during a protest outside the Arab League office in Beirut, Lebanon. Syria's Kurds, who have long complained of discrimination under Assad, would seem a natural fit to join the revolt against his rule. Instead, they are growing increasingly distrustful of the opposition who they see as no more likely to grant them their rights. (AP Photo/Bilal Hussein)
  •  - Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio talks to the media at the Sheriff's office in Phoenix

    Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio talks to the media at the Sheriff's office in Phoenix

    Posted: 4/3/2012 6:23:49 PM EST
    Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio talks to the media about the Department of Justice's investigative findings accusing the Maricopa Sheriff's Office of racial profiling and a pattern of discrimination at the Sheriff's office in Phoenix, Arizona December 15, 2011. REUTERS/Laura Segall
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    Posted: 4/3/2012 12:35:47 PM EST
    In this July 1, 2011, photo, Sandra Rawline, 52, right, poses with her lawyer Robert "Bigs" Dowdy at the Law Offices of Tom F. Coleman in Galveston, Texas. Rawline has filed an age discrimination and retaliation lawsuit against her former company, Capital Title of Texas, and alleges that she was told to wear younger outfits and dye her gray hair. (AP Photo/The Houston Chronicle, Patrick T. Fallon) MANDATORY CREDIT
  •  - Kenya's Maasai Cricket Warriors Tapele Ole Naimands and Mulinge Ole Meshami talk during their T20 cricket match in Cape Town

    Kenya's Maasai Cricket Warriors Tapele Ole Naimands and Mulinge Ole Meshami talk during their T20 cricket match in Cape Town

    Posted: 3/31/2012 2:13:48 PM EST
    Kenya's Maasai Cricket Warriors players Tapele Ole Naimands (R) and Mulinge Ole Meshami talk during their "Last Man Standing" Twenty20 (T20) cricket match against the Cricodillos in Cape Town March 31, 2012. The Maasai Cricket Warriors from Kenya are role models in their communities where they actively campaign against retrogressive and harmful cultural practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youth. This is their first tournament outside Kenya. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET)
  •  - Kenya's Maasai Cricket Warriors Jonathon Ole Meshami celebrates taking a wicket in Cape Town

    Kenya's Maasai Cricket Warriors Jonathon Ole Meshami celebrates taking a wicket in Cape Town

    Posted: 3/31/2012 2:12:02 PM EST
    Kenya's Maasai Cricket Warriors bowler Jonathon Ole Meshami (L) celebrates taking a wicket with teammate Daniel Mamai during their "Last Man Standing" Twenty20 (T20) cricket match against the Cricadillos in Cape Town March 31, 2012. The Maasai Cricket Warriors from Kenya are role models in their communities where they actively campaign against retrogressive and harmful cultural practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youth. This is their first tournament outside Kenya. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET)
  •  - Kenya's Maasai Cricket Warriors Mulinge Ole Meshami takes to the pitch during their T20 cricket match in Cape Town

    Kenya's Maasai Cricket Warriors Mulinge Ole Meshami takes to the pitch during their T20 cricket match in Cape Town

    Posted: 3/31/2012 2:10:17 PM EST
    Kenya's Maasai Cricket Warriors player Mulinge Ole Meshami (L) takes to the pitch during their "Last Man Standing" Twenty20 (T20) cricket match against the Cricodillos in Cape Town March 31, 2012. The Maasai Cricket Warriors from Kenya are role models in their communities where they actively campaign against retrogressive and harmful cultural practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youth. This is their first tournament outside Kenya. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET)
  •  - Kenya's Maasai Cricket Warriors Jonathon Ole Meshami celebrates taking a wicket in Cape Town

    Kenya's Maasai Cricket Warriors Jonathon Ole Meshami celebrates taking a wicket in Cape Town

    Posted: 3/31/2012 2:08:10 PM EST
    Kenya's Maasai Cricket Warriors bowler Jonathon Ole Meshami (R) celebrates taking a wicket with teammate and captain Soyanga Ole Ngais during their "Last Man Standing" Twenty20 (T20) cricket match against the Cricadillos in Cape Town March 31, 2012. The Maasai Cricket Warriors from Kenya are role models in their communities where they actively campaign against retrogressive and harmful cultural practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youth. This is their first tournament outside Kenya. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET)
  •  - Kenya's Maasai Cricket Warriors Jonathon Ole Meshami bowls during their T20 cricket match in Cape Town

    Kenya's Maasai Cricket Warriors Jonathon Ole Meshami bowls during their T20 cricket match in Cape Town

    Posted: 3/31/2012 2:06:15 PM EST
    Kenya's Maasai Cricket Warriors Jonathon Ole Meshami bowls during their "Last Man Standing" Twenty20 (T20) cricket match against the Cricadillos in Cape Town March 31, 2012. The Maasai Cricket Warriors from Kenya are role models in their communities where they actively campaign against retrogressive and harmful cultural practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youth. This is their first tournament outside Kenya. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET)
  •  - Kenya's Maasai Cricket Warriors Tapele Ole Naimands and Mulinge Ole Meshami take to the pitch in Cape Town

    Kenya's Maasai Cricket Warriors Tapele Ole Naimands and Mulinge Ole Meshami take to the pitch in Cape Town

    Posted: 3/31/2012 2:02:10 PM EST
    Kenya's Maasai Cricket Warriors players Tapele Ole Naimands (R) and Mulinge Ole Meshami take to the pitch during their "Last Man Standing" Twenty20 (T20) cricket match against the Cricodillos in Cape Town March 31, 2012. The Maasai Cricket Warriors from Kenya are role models in their communities where they actively campaign against retrogressive and harmful cultural practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youth. This is their first tournament outside Kenya. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET)
  •  - Kenya's Maasai Cricket Warriors Tapele Ole Naimands and Mulinge Ole Meshami run between the wickets in Cape Town

    Kenya's Maasai Cricket Warriors Tapele Ole Naimands and Mulinge Ole Meshami run between the wickets in Cape Town

    Posted: 3/31/2012 2:00:09 PM EST
    Kenya's Maasai Cricket Warriors players Tapele Ole Naimands (L) and Mulinge Ole Meshami run between the wickets during their "Last Man Standing" Twenty20 (T20) cricket match against the Cricodillos in Cape Town March 31, 2012. The Maasai Cricket Warriors from Kenya are role models in their communities where they actively campaign against retrogressive and harmful cultural practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youth. This is their first tournament outside Kenya. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET)
  •  - Kenya's Maasai Cricket Warriors Jonathon Ole Meshami celebrates taking a wicket during their T20 match in Cape Town

    Kenya's Maasai Cricket Warriors Jonathon Ole Meshami celebrates taking a wicket during their T20 match in Cape Town

    Posted: 3/31/2012 1:57:57 PM EST
    Kenya's Maasai Cricket Warriors bowler Jonathon Ole Meshami (R) celebrates taking a wicket with teammate and captain Soyanga Ole Ngais during their "Last Man Standing" Twenty20 (T20) cricket match in Cape Town March 31, 2012. The Maasai Cricket Warriors from Kenya are role models in their communities where they actively campaign against retrogressive and harmful cultural practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youth. This is their first tournament outside Kenya. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET)
  •  - Kenya's Maasai Cricket Warriors Soyanga Ole Ngais plays a shot during their T20 match in Cape Town

    Kenya's Maasai Cricket Warriors Soyanga Ole Ngais plays a shot during their T20 match in Cape Town

    Posted: 3/31/2012 1:55:47 PM EST
    Kenya's Maasai Cricket Warriors captain Soyanga Ole Ngais plays a shot during their "Last Man Standing" Twenty20 (T20) cricket match against the Cricodillos in Cape Town March 31, 2012. The Maasai Cricket Warriors from Kenya are role models in their communities where they actively campaign against retrogressive and harmful cultural practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youth. This is their first tournament outside Kenya. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET)