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Race, Color, National Origin (State of CA Employee)

Department of Fair Employment and Housing

Wednesday, February 26, 2014 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM (PST)

Race, Color, National Origin (State of CA Employee)

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State of CA Employee
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A one hour course on race, color and national origin.


Fernando T. Aceves is a Staff Counsel at the Elk Grove office of the DFEH. He is an alumnus of University of California, Davis School of Law and has over seven years of experience handling employment and labor cases in the State of California. He has handled over 25 employment discrimination cases, as well as eight criminal defense cases. He has given over 15 presentations on civil rights, specifically employment and housing rights, as well as immigration rights. He supervises seven law student interns in the DFEH Civil Rights Fellows Clinic held in cooperation with UC Davis School of Law. Mr. Aceves is a member of the La Raza Lawyers of Sacramento and has volunteered his legal services at the Sacramento County Law Library for over 2 years.

Kristin K. Kristin Kameen is a Graduate Legal Assistant and Civil Rights Fellow at the Elk Grove office of the DFEH. Her desire to practice fair employment and housing law began in law school when she interned at a plaintiff-side employment law firm, completed employment discrimination coursework, and interned at the DFEH. During her time at King Hall, Kristin was an Articles & Projects Editor for the UC Davis Law Review and an Oralist on the Jessup International Moot Court team, earning an award for her written brief. She also acted as a Tutor for the Academic Success Program, assisting first-year torts and contracts students. Recently admitted to the California bar and a former Fantasy Football League Champion, Kristin enjoys baking, traveling, and watching the occasional reality TV show.

Participants Will Receive

Certificate of Participation

Two hour MCLE credit

Two hour HRCI credit

Certificate Information

The login information (Full Name, Company and Email) you provide at the start of the webinar will be used to generate your personalized certificate of participation. Be sure to use the information that you would like reflected on the certificate. As a reminder, the DFEH only provides certificates to individuals that login on the day of the webinar, attend the complete training and participate in the live polls.

Frequently Asked Questions

ØHow do I get the link to access the webinar?

After the purchase of your ticket, you will receive a thank you email with a link. Click on the link and complete the registration process. You will receive a confirmation email indicating that you are registered for the webinar.

ØHow long do I need to attend to recieve a certificate?

Attendees who participate during the entire webinar will be credited with a certificate.

ØI did not receive an email confirmation, what should I do?

Check your spam or junk mail folder, in case it was misdirected. If you are unable to find it, email to have it resent. Please include the name and email address used to order the tickets.

ØWhat should I do if I need a reasonable accommodation?

Please send an email to or call Jennifer Harlan at (916) 478-7251 at least two business days before the webinar. Please note that all webinars have live captioning

Read more Frequently Ask Questions.


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Wednesday, February 26, 2014 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM (PST)

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Department of Fair Employment and Housing

The Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH or Department), California’s civil rights agency. The Department takes in, investigates, conciliates, mediates and prosecutes violations under the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), Disabled Persons Act, Unruh Civil Rights Act and Ralph Civil Rights Act. The DFEH has five California offices in Elk Grove (Headquarters), Bakersfield, Fremont, Fresno and Los Angeles.

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