Bell Atlantic workers file racial bias lawsuit

June 1997
Jet;06/16/97, Vol. 92 Issue 4, p13
Reports on the filing of a class-action racial discrimination suit by 124 employees of the Bell Atlantic Corp. The claims that they had been subjected to racial epithets, racist slights, and unfair treatment by management and co-workers; The filing of the claim in federal court in Washington D.C.


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