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Destiny Tompkins, 19, was on her shift at the Banana Republic inside New York’s Westchester Mall when the manager, who was visiting the store during a site visit, said he couldn’t schedule more shifts for her if she didn’t take her braids out, and, gasp, he even offered her “shea butter,” perhaps to take down the…

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Fourteen employees at a nightclub called Verboten in the Williamsburg borough in Brooklyn, New York filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against the married couple who owns the club. They are saying they’ve had enough of the repeated sexual advances and explicit conversations about the sexual preferences and prowess of the owners and the wife’s boyfriend.…

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  It is apparent that Rachel Dolezal will remain in the news cycle as more of her background is revealed to the public. The latest bit of news that has surfaced is that Dolezal sued her alma mater Howard University for racial discrimination. In 2002, Dolezal sued Howard in Washington, DC superior court, when she went…

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“I had no choice but to file this lawsuit,” said Byron Allen, chairman and founder of Entertainment Studios Networks. The lawsuit the stand-up comic turned TV producer mega-mogul is referencing was filed on Friday, Feb. 20, 2015. The National Association of African American Owned Media and Entertainment Studios Networks Inc. filed a $20 billion lawsuit against Comcast…

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Shira Hedgepeth claims she was fired from Winston-Salem State University, a Historically Black College and University, because she is a white woman. An Equal Employment Opportunity Commission  ruling backs up the claim. Hedgepeth was the university’s director of academic technology in the Department of Information Technology and had worked there prior to her termination in…

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