A former teacher at a state youth services school in Kansas City has won a verdict of more than $4.3 million in a discrimination lawsuit that said she was fired because she is white.
A former teacher at a state youth services school in Kansas City has won a verdict of more than $4.3 million in a discrimination lawsuit that said she was fired because she is white. -
A former teacher at a state youth services school in Kansas City has won a verdict of more than $4.3 million in a discrimination lawsuit that said she was fired because she is white. -

Teacher in Kansas City wins $4.3M in lawsuit saying she was fired because she is white

August 01, 2017 05:44 PM

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