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In February 2007, a Northbrook, Illinois, fitness club agreed to pay $100,000 to settle allegations that it subjected a Black co-worker to racial harassment. EEOC v. Palmview Fitness, LLC, No. 07-cv-28 (N.D. Ill. Feb. 24, 2007).
In September 2005, a Northbrook, Illinois, car dealership agreed to pay $75,000 to a former worker who alleged he was subjected to discrimination while he was employed by the dealership. EEOC v. H & N Auto Sales, Inc., No. 05-cv-3137 (N.D. Ill. filed Sept. 29, 2005).
In November 2003, a Filipino flight attendant alleged that her supervisor at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport in December 2003 barred her from certain areas of the facility and slammed the wall with her hip until she was trapped in a stall as punishment for an argument. The supervisor reportedly cursed at the flight attendant and warned her that if she filed a lawsuit, her efforts would be in vain. Finally, the supervisor threw the flight attendant into a transport vehicle, the doors slammed shut and the supervisor drove away. The flight attendant twice then reported the incident to airport officials who took no action. The flight attendant finally filed a grievance with the union, which led to the supervisor losing her job in January 2004. EEOC v. Dallas/Fort Worth Internat’l Airport, KJ-04-4303-A, Civil Action No. 04-2326 (N.D. Tex. Nov. 24, 2005).
In March 2003, a Black worker alleged he was subjected to racial harassment at a chemical factory in Sun City, Arizona. He alleged that a supervisor at the factory, who was Hispanic, called him a “n—-r” and made racial insults. The harasser also allegedly called the worker, a Mexican American, a “r—-n.” The harasser also used positions of authority to force his Black employee to do his work, yelled at him, threatened him and physically threatened and maced him.