Alabama Company to Pay $825,000 in Race Discrimination Suit

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Birmingham Beverage, an Alabama-based company, is to pay $825,000 following a race discrimination suit by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). According to this EEOC press release, the company is settling the lawsuit following charges of failing to promote Black employees into available roles.

The press release also states that the organization violated the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act by failing to promote and having their only two Black salespeople work in predominantly Black neighborhoods. The discrimination was reported by numerous employees since the case was first filed.

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