The Cordish Cos. have prevailed in a two-year-old lawsuit alleging that the developer of the Kansas City Power & Light District hired whites to pick fights with black patrons, which then would lead to their expulsion from the entertainment district. A Jackson County judge dismissed Glen Cusimano’s lawsuit, saying the former manager of the Mosaic nightclub (shown in this 2011 file photo) failed to prove discrimination.
The Cordish Cos. have prevailed in a two-year-old lawsuit alleging that the developer of the Kansas City Power & Light District hired whites to pick fights with black patrons, which then would lead to their expulsion from the entertainment district. A Jackson County judge dismissed Glen Cusimano’s lawsuit, saying the former manager of the Mosaic nightclub (shown in this 2011 file photo) failed to prove discrimination. File photo The Kansas City Star
The Cordish Cos. have prevailed in a two-year-old lawsuit alleging that the developer of the Kansas City Power & Light District hired whites to pick fights with black patrons, which then would lead to their expulsion from the entertainment district. A Jackson County judge dismissed Glen Cusimano’s lawsuit, saying the former manager of the Mosaic nightclub (shown in this 2011 file photo) failed to prove discrimination. File photo The Kansas City Star

Judge dismisses lawsuit accusing Power & Light District of racial discrimination

April 18, 2016 03:54 PM