But He Looked Black… Court Rebukes EEOC’s Use of “Race Rating” in Systemic Lawsuit

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The federal agency charged with ending racial stereotypes in the workplace, the EEOC, hinged its entire systemic case on stereotypical way in which different races “look.” The court was having none of it, excluding the EEOC's key expert and dismissing the lawsuit. Read on to find out why.

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