Seems as if the airlines are still clowning and being targeted with lawsuits because of the clownery. More recently, United Airlines was hit with a racial-discrimination lawsuit after removing a Nigerian woman and her children from one of its flights, all because of a white passenger’s complaints.
Another well-known Harlem restaurant has been hit with a major lawsuit, this time alleging racial discrimination and wage theft.
It’s been some five years since Ellen Harris, a registered nurse at the Queen’s Medical Center in Hawaii, filed a lawsuit claiming that she was subject to racial discrimination and harassment while doing her job.
Two white cameramen are suing NBC and Questlove for racial discrimination, claiming that the prominent drummer for the Roots convinced NBC to fire them because they were white.
Some people just don’t know how to quit while they’re ahead. And a white Columbia, S.C., firefighter who was fired after posting to social media that he would run over protesters if they were still blocking traffic when his shift was over has now filed a lawsuit claiming racial discrimination.
There are just some things you can’t make up, and apparently, a white Hastings, Mich., police officer is claiming that he has been subjected to racial taunts and other hurtful comments from within his own department after he took a genetic test on Ancestry.com that revealed he is 18 percent black.
A racial-discrimination lawsuit filed against Fox News continues to grow as two additional plaintiffs joined on to the now 6-week-old suit that was filed in Bronx Supreme Court in New York City against multiple defendants, including the network, parent company Twenty-First Century Fox, Fox News, Fox Business…
Another major news network is facing allegations in a racial-discrimination lawsuit, stemming from a proposed class action in Georgia federal court. In the lawsuit, plaintiffs claim that at CNN and other Time Warner units, African Americans receive lower performance ratings in evaluations, that there are huge…