Three federal judges in Louisiana could soon decide if some businesses can refuse to hire gay or transgender employees following recent oral arguments in a case that seeks to challenge the landmark Supreme Court ruling — Bostock v. Clayton County. The 2020 ruling determined that LGBTQ employees are protected from workplace discrimination under the Civil […]
Author Archives: Alexia Fernández Campbell
Alexia Fernández Campbell writes about workers’ rights. Before joining the Center for Public Integrity in 2019, Alexia reported on labor issues at Vox, where she used FOIA documents to show how the Trump Organization made minimal efforts to hire American workers before applying for foreign guest workers. She also analyzed death reports in Puerto Rico in the wake of Hurricane Maria, which questioned the accuracy of the official death toll. Her reporting contributed to research that led the government to revise its death count. Alexia previously worked as a reporter at The Atlantic, National Journal and the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. She has a bachelor's degree in mass communication from The University of Tennessee and a master's degree in journalism and public affairs from American University. Alexia is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese.
Read an interview with Alexia.