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Reverse Race Discrimination Case Continues

Law360 (November 27, 2006, 12:00 AM EST) -- A mixed judgment has been delivered in a reverse discrimination lawsuit that pits a Georgia county’s white employees against its black chief executive officer and his staff.

Current and former employees allege that a new county CEO launched a campaign to weed white employees out of the municipal ranks and replace them with black workers in an effort to create an administration that better represented its community.

The original lawsuit was filed in 2004 by four DeKalb County employees, three white and one black, who claimed...
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