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Racial discrimination comes in many forms

Many people believe that racial discrimination is a thing of the past, but this is not always true. There are still times when a person is discriminated against because of the color of his or her skin. Even though this is considered illegal in the workplace, it remains a problem.

Proving discrimination is easier said than done. Even if you feel you have been a victim, you have to take things one step further. You need to be able to prove that you were truly discriminated against because of your race.

Here are some of the many forms of racial discrimination in the workplace:

-- Workplace violence.

-- Offensive comments or jokes related to a person's race.

-- Denial of a promotion.

-- Retaliation for reporting racial discrimination or supporting a claim made by a coworker.

-- Unfair treatment in regards to working conditions, benefits or pay.

-- Stalking or harassment.

-- Discrimination during downsizing or layoffs.

If a person feels he or she is being discriminated against because of race, it is important to make note of the details associated with the behavior. This will come in handy down the road.

There is a lot to learn about racial discrimination. Our website is full of information, advice and guidance related to this serious topic. If you are in need of more information, regardless of your situation, you should take the time to view the many pages of our website dedicated to this subject matter. You can begin your search on our webpage entitled "Race Discrimination." This will open your eyes regarding this form of discrimination.

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