Judge paves way for racial harassment suit to go to trial
Racial taunts at work, including a noose hanging from the ceiling of an employee’s office and talk about wanting to “kill the black bastard” are – if true – “more than enough” to establish a hostile work environment, according to a federal judge’s ruling in a lawsuit against Portsmouth-based Port City Air Inc.
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