LAX Policy: A Voice for Equity

Former MLB Player Says He Was Denied Ride By Taxi Driver At LAX

CBS2 / KCAL9 TV Los Angeles
October 26, 2016
By Tom Wait
LOS ANGELES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ( — A former Major League Baseball player who now works as an analyst for ESPN said he recently became the victim of racial discrimination in the LAX taxi line.

Doug Glanville on getting shunned by a taxi driver at LAX

89.3 KPCC Los Angeles
October 28, 2015
by Take Two

ESPN commentator Doug Glanville recently arrived at LAX and was refused service by a taxi driver, despite city law that requires drivers to pick up all passengers.

Here in Los Angeles, many residents like to think we do better than other parts of the country when it comes to racism. 

Why I Still Get Shunned by Taxi Drivers

The Atlantic
October 24, 2015
by Doug Glanville

In most big cities, cabbies aren’t allowed to turn away passengers because of their race or destination—but it still happens all the time.

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