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Experienced racial discrimination attorneys explain how to protect yourself and fight back against racial injustice.

We have seen the impact that unfair treatment can have in the workplace. And too often, when people are treated unfairly in the workplace,  it goes unreported and unpunished. But discrimination based on race is illegal. Employers who discriminate or who allow it to happen need to be held accountable for the damage that discrimination does.

If you have experienced discrimination in the workplace because of your race or color and you’re ready to talk about it with someone, you may be wondering, “Are there any race discrimination lawyers near me?” Yes! Consumer Attorneys is a nationwide law firm here to listen to your experience with discrimination, fight for racial justice, and, if necessary, file a racial lawsuit to hold those responsible accountable for the professional, financial, and emotional harm they’ve caused you.

What Does It Mean: Race and Color Discrimination in the Workplace?

Race and color discrimination in the workplace take many different forms.

  • It can be when someone treats you differently based on your race or natural origin. Any commenting, decision-making, favoring, judging, preferring, or separating based on a person’s heritage or looks may be discriminatory.
  • Color discrimination is when someone treats you unfairly based on the color of your skin. While this could be a type of race discrimination, this could also occur amongst and between people of the same race.

Racism at work can happen in many aspects of a person’s job.

  • Individually, decisions about who gets hired, who gets promoted, who gets the good job assignments, who gets less favorable job assignments, who gets paid what, who gets laid off, and who gets terminated can all be discriminatory when any of these decisions are motivated by race or color.
  • Workplace or company-wide, policies or practices that affect certain groups of people disproportionately can be discrimination, even if the policy appears neutral. Examples are a “no beard” policy at work without a valid reason and a “speak English only” policy.

Discrimination of protected classes at work is illegal. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 makes it unlawful for employers to discriminate against employees based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. Despite the law, racial injustice exists in too many workplaces. If it exists in yours, you can do something about it. Contact a work discrimination lawyer based on race. We can help. If you face black discrimination, African-American discrimination, or any discrimination based on color, our African-American discrimination lawyers can help.

How Can Race Discrimination Lawyers Help You?

Discrimination lawyers know that fighting workplace discrimination is both that simple and far more complicated. African American employment discrimination and racial harassment have been happening for too long, and racism at work needs to stop.

Filing a civil case or claim against your employer for discrimination is a big deal. You do not have to do it alone. Race discrimination lawyers know the law, know the procedures, know how deeply this injustice affects people, know that people need jobs to live, know the legal system, know solicitors, and know how to fight.  We are lawyers who deal with African American discrimination, lawyers who handle racial lawsuits, and lawyers who take pride in protecting civil rights. Race discrimination attorneys can provide legal advice, support, and, when necessary, representation to get you compensation for the discrimination you have endured.

Who Can We Help?

Consumer Attorneys can help anyone who has experienced racially discriminatory activity at work or who thinks they may have experienced racial injustice at work but are unsure. We help anyone regardless of job title, industry, employer size, or employer reputation. We are proud to help anyone facing racial harassment from anyone.

Filing a Lawsuit Against Your Employer

The first step in filing a lawsuit against your employer for race discrimination is to contact one of our African-American discrimination lawyers. We will walk you through the process and support you every step of the way. We can help you gather evidence, file the lawsuit, deal with solicitors, and lead you through litigation.

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