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EEO Con: Black Victims of the EEOC (Part 3)

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4 Justice Radio welcomes black citizens from the federal government and private industry to tell their traumatizing stories of victimization by the EEOC, when they went to file claims of race discrimination there. Join us for the third part of this series with Ricardo Jones, a former Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) investigator who worked at the New York City Branch of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) who was fired by the EEOC. Why? Jones contacted The Black Star News to reveal the truth behind the lies--that the EEOC is NOT investigating African-American complaints. Our host the Justice Journalist asks, "Are black people ignoring the problems of injustice at the EEOC?" If you, a friend or relative have had a claim at the EEOC and feel they've illegally mishandled your case based on race, you'll want to tune in to learn how you can make our government accountable, 4 Justice.

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