When a 22-year-old college student was allegedly discriminated against by his new supervisor at work, he recorded multiple tapes to give to the company’s human resources department. Instead of preventing the discrimination in the future, he says the company retaliated against him, NBC Los Angeles reports.
Enrique Garcia was working as a welder at Roofmaster in Monterey Park while studying civil engineering at a local college.
When a new supervisor reportedly called him offensive names, he took out his phone and began recording.
Garcia says he supervisor invoked the racial hatred of President Donald Trump.
“Just like Trump said, they should go back to their sh*thole countries,” he claims his supervisor said.
“The supervisor allegedly calls Garcia, who is Mexican, the N-word on this recording, one of four taken on the same day, according to a lawsuit filed by Garcia against the supervisor and Roofmaster,” NBC LA reported.
After complaining, Garcia says he was further victimized as the company sought to dissuade him from complaining.
“I felt humiliated,” he said. “That was degrading.”
Garcia the sought legal counsel and filed a lawsuit in Los Angelas County Superior Court.
New Jerry Falwell Jr. group targets Christian ‘liberal’ John Kasich
A new think tank founded by Jerry Falwell Jr. aims to defend "Judeo-Christian and American values from leftists like former Ohio Gov. John Kasich," according to The Columbus Dispatch.
According to The Epoch Times, "The Falkirk Center will operate as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Liberty University. Falkirk’s mission will be to 'equip courageous champions to proclaim the Truth of Jesus Christ, to advance His Kingdom, and renew American ideals.'"
What constitutes fair and unfair criticism of Israel?
Canada recently voted at the United Nations for the establishment of a Palestinian state. At the same time, Canada reiterated its position that there were too many UN resolutions about Israel. Canada argued that these resolutions unfairly singled out Israel for criticism.
Nevertheless, Israel’s ambassador to the UN claimed that Canada’s vote delegitimized Israel.
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“Felt amazing afterwards!!,” she wrote in the caption.
Madonna wasn’t in the hospital, however. While her exact whereabouts are unclear, she was getting a vitamin IV drip, an emerging wellness service not covered by insurance that has caught fire with celebrities. IV drips, though prohibitively expensive for most, have become in vogue among self-care enthusiasts who can afford the treatment.