- Mar 3, 2018
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- The Beautiful Pacific Northwest
I have no reason to be embarrassed, I have more confidence in what I KNOW about the EEOC compared to what you may or may not have taken the time to read.You must be pretty embarrassed. Yep, that one category wasn't THREE cases, it was FOUR, in all of 2020. The others, ONE, if any.
Those cases are questionable, after all, they are desperate to keep their jobs.
As for DEFLECTION, where are your suggested possible suggestions and possible solutions to remedy the two instances I posted? Why are you and your kindred spirits so afraid to engage in proposals to make life better in predominantly black urban areas?
As far as the cases being questionable, are you an investigator? Have you spent any time investigating any HR complaints or civil rights cases for any governmental or other agency? How would you even know if the cases were questionable or not if you haven't even reviewed the case files? Short answer, you don't you just want to cling to your belief that racism doesn't exist in modern day America and that any Black person who lodges an allegation is just playing the race card.
So your comment was a deflection as I thought.
And I've already stated I am not a social worker, and I've already answered your question. I'm not interested in your cherry-picked scenario and won't be until you quit singling out Black people as if white people under the same set of circumstances don't have the same or similar problems.
You just didn't like my answers but I'm not going to change them to please you or anybody else here.