Public Hearing Summaries Note: Click on the case title to download the case PDF. Demetrie Alexander vs. Alaska State Commission for Human Rights Date of Decision: Basis: Race Resolution: Appeal Pubic hearing summary: Appellant alleged that the Alaska Court System discriminated against him based on his race, Alaska Native, when it terminated his employment as a magistrate judge. The Commission found no substantial evidence of discrimination and closed the case. On August 9, 2017, Appellant appealed to the Alaska Superior Court. The court stayed the administrative appeal on February 28, 2018, after Appellant filed a civil action (4FA-18-01372CI) based on the same facts as those alleged to the Commission. As of March 31, 2022, the appellate case remains stayed while the private civil action is ongoing.