Racial Discrimination: Overview

Modified on 2009/10/14 21:32 by admin
Researchers estimate that over 150,000 people are wrongfully fired from their jobs each year. Many of these wrongful terminations are carried out by racist employers against people of color. Such actions exacerbate minority poverty rates and perpetuate America's legacy of workplace discrimination. For instance, the median African American family income is approximately $500 per week, while the median family income for white families exceeds $700 per week.

If you have been fired from your job because of your race, you may have legal rights that need to be protected. Help end racism in the workplace, contact an attorney and fight back.

See Also

  1. Dillard's & Racial Discrimination
  2. Workplace Injuries & Discrimination: Overview
  3. Anxiety Disorders & Panic Attacks: Overview
  4. Depression: Overview
  5. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): Overview
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