Use of the term "boy" to refer to adult African American men is usually thought to constitute some degree of racism. Yet, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals has struggled with a case in which that term was used. The case is known as Ash v. Tyson Foods, Inc. It has been to the 11th
By Thomas J. Crane on
Posted in Discrimination
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals finds that referring to an adult African-American male as “boy” is not indicative of race discrimination.
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