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    Wilbur Dunnell is one of three water department employees who have sued Kansas City for employment discrimination. He appears here in a 2014 public education video as "Dr. H2O."

Wilbur Dunnell is one of three water department employees who have sued Kansas City for employment discrimination. He appears here in a 2014 public education video as "Dr. H2O." City of Kansas City
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KC Water Services ordered to pay $150K, with two more discrimination lawsuits looming

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