I'm going to try to clear a few things up for you:
Firstly, you don't litigate "via Pro Se". An unrepresented party is a "pro se" party, and it simply means a party who is unrepresented by counsel.
Next, you are essentially asking how to litigate a case which is a very broad and complex question. In the shortest form possible, you must file and serve a Complaint, perform and respond to Discovery, prepare for Trial, and then actually litigate your case. If you go to your local Courthouse, they may have some information for Pro Se litigants that could be helpful to you, or you can look on the ABA website which offers some guidance:
Third, many lawyers may not be taking your case if they do not believe you have a viable claim. You should contact legal aid - they can help you determine (1) whether or not you have a viable claim; and (2) whether or not you qualify for free legal assistance. You can find more information here:
Finally, keep in mind that it is *very* difficult to prove a discrimination case absent some very clear evidence that you were discriminated against based on race, religion, gender, national origin, etc. You definitely should speak with a lawyer just to determine whether or not you have a chance at all so you don't waste precious time and money.
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Try legal aid or Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service. You're attempting a very big undertaking, and a pro bono attorney may shed some insight as to whether you have a legitimate case -- or whether there are no legal causes of action for you to pursue.
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