A nurse has filed a lawsuit against a Michigan hospital, claiming that she was not allowed to care for a newborn baby because she is black.
The owner of several Panera Bread franchises recently agreed to pay $76,000 to settle a class action lawsuit filed by black workers who alleged that they were discriminated against for being black.
You would think a doughnut shop would be a pleasant place to work. After all, who doesn't like doughnuts? Any Detroit resident who has a stop at a bakery planned probably has a better morning because of it.
Young Detroit women who shop at Wet Seal might find themselves a little less likely to go the clothing retailer in the future if the allegations contained in a recent discrimination suit are true. The suit, which was filed in Wet Seal's home state of California, alleges that the company's executives systematically tried to engineer the hiring of store employees such that more Caucasian people and fewer black people were hired.