Public accommodation discrimination refers to the unfair or prejudiced treatment of individuals in places that are open to the general public based on their protected characteristics such as race, color, religion, sex, disability, national origin, and in some jurisdictions, sexual orientation, gender identity, and other factors.
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What is Public Accommodation Discrimination?
Public accommodations can include a wide range of establishments and facilities such as hotels, restaurants, theaters, banks, health clubs, stores, parks, public transportation, and more. Essentially, any business or facility that offers goods or services to the general public can be considered a public accommodation.
Discrimination in public accommodations can manifest in various ways, such as:
Denial of entry or service
Different terms and conditions for similar services
Harassment or humiliation by employees of the establishment