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Red Town Radio - Talk of the Indian Nation

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Join in to hear guest Denise Lobell and hostess Brenda Golden discuss discrimination in the workplace, filing complaints with the EEOC and how to keep a discrimination complaint alive.  Ms. Lobell has endured several years of an administrative process with the EEOC in which she single handedly kept her Title VII complaint alive and received a favorable outcome.  Ms. Golden worked at the Oklahoma Human Rights Commission for four years as an Investigator of discrimination cases.  Together these two will talk about what it means to be discriminated against in the workplace and what you can do to both stop the discrimination and to get the situation corrected. 

No one should feel like they are unworthy or less than an equal in order to work.  Title VII of the Civil Rights Act states that no person shall be discriminated against in their place of employment based on race, sex, national origin, color, or religion.