Fight Against Age Discrimination & Reverse Discrimination
Adversity.Net Treasurer & Director
I have served as the Treasurer and a Director of Adversity.Net since 1999. Adversity.Net is a nonprofit foundation that is dedicated to eliminating reverse discrimination. We are appealing IRS’s denial of our application for 501(c)(3) tax exempt status. Please visit www.adversity.net and for additional information about our purpose, please click on “About Us.”
Diersen v. GAO Information Posted on www.Adversity.Net and www.DiersenForMilton9.com
I have posted information and documents concerning my age discrimination, reverse discrimination, and retaliation lawsuit against the United States Government Accountability Office (GAO) on www.Adversity.Net as Case No. 16 since 1999 and on the Download Files page of www.DiersenForMilton9.com since 2004.
Plaintiff in Diersen v. GAO
My lawsuit against GAO, which charges age discrimination, reverse discrimination, and retaliation was filed by Annapolis, Maryland Attorney Walter T. Charlton in July of 1998 in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. In April of 2000, it was initially transferred to Judge Robert W. Gettleman in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois as Case No, 00cv2437, and then to Judge Amy St. Eve. For up-to-date docket sheet information, please visit the District Court’s website at www.ilnd.uscourts.gov and use the “Racer” search function and the Appellate Court’s website at http://www.ca7.uscourts.gov/.
Filed Administrative Discrimination Complaint
On September 30, 1997, I succumbed to actions GAO had taken to force me to take early retirement and I filed an administrative discrimination complaint. GAO denied that complaint in April of 1998.
Participant in Chennareddy v. GAO
Since shortly after becoming 40 years old on September 29, 1988, I have been an active participant in Chennareddy v. GAO, a class action age discrimination lawsuit filed by Annapolis, Maryland Attorney Walter T. Charlton in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia.
Opponent of Reverse Discrimination
In March of 1971, to settle an EEOC complaint, Oldsmobile‘s Midwest Regional Office agreed to stop hiring whites and to only hire only African-Americans for white collar jobs. That settlement forced Oldsmobile to withdraw the job offer it had made me. Since March of 1971, I have been an outspoken opponent of reverse discrimination.