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This article tells you general information regarding the application of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) to agricultural employment. This article was written by U.S Department of Labor. 
This article provides information on how a school must interact with parents with Limited English Proficiency. This article was written by the United States Department of Education.     
This article provides you with information about the rights immigrants have under Federal Anti-Discrimination laws in the United States. This article was written by the EEOC.
This article tells you about what you can and cannot be fired for. This article tells you about how to file a charge of discrimination against an employer. This article was written by Texas RioGrande Legal Aid. 
This article tells what to know if you're thinking about applying for a mortgage to buy, refinance or make improvements to your home. This article was written by the Federal Trade Commission. 
This article provides answers to common questions about national origin discrimination. Specifically, if and how you can file against it. This article is written by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
This article provides information on race and color discrimination, Harassment and Discrimination employment policies/ practices. This article was provided by Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
This article explains what constitutes retaliation; why it happens; and how to prevent it. This article is from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.                                                                                
This article provides information about time limits for filing a discrimination charge, and what to do if there is ongoing harassment. This article is from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.