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miércoles, 4 de enero de 2017

A Court Will Decide If Asking for 'Black People Food' Is Racial Discrimination

A Court Will Decide If Asking for 'Black People Food' Is Racial Discrimination
- That is the question being asked in a federal lawsuit currently under way against Madeleine A. Pickens, the wealthy philanthropist and ex-wife of billionaire energy tycoon T. Boone Pickens, who is being accused of racial discrimination by Armand Appling, an African-American chef who worked for Pickens. Appling says he was fired back in 2014 after complaining that the ranch was a hostile work environment. He says the firing was retaliation; she says she may have said rude things, but her comments were not racially motivated.