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Residents Awarded $10.9 Million For Discriminatory Denial Of Water

Published by on July 11, 2008

Although not employment related, the story about black residents in an Ohio neighborhood being awarded $10.9 million for racially discriminatory denial of their public water service is interesting.  The story is here and here.  What I found most interesting about the two news stories is that there is no discussion about what evidence was presented […]

Although not employment related, the story about black residents in an Ohio neighborhood being awarded $10.9 million for racially discriminatory denial of their public water service is interesting.  The story is here and here.  What I found most interesting about the two news stories is that there is no discussion about what evidence was presented to suggest that the denial of service to this neighborhood was based on race.  The stories do suggest that white residents in the county also lacked water service, according to the defendants.

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