COLOR DISCRIMINATION: DIFFERENTIATE AT YOUR PERIL

@article{Findley2003COLORDD,
  title={COLOR DISCRIMINATION: DIFFERENTIATE AT YOUR PERIL},
  author={Henry M. Findley and Steve Garrott and Robert Wheatley},
  journal={Journal of Individual Employment Rights},
  year={2003},
  volume={11},
  pages={31-38}
}
Color bias is discrimination based on differences in skin pigmentation. Despite the plain language of the Civil Rights Act, this form of discrimination, was, for many years, either not actionable or treated as race discrimination. After the Supreme Court ruled otherwise, claims of color discrimination have been recognized by the lower courts and the number of color-bias cases have increased dramatically. Interestingly, these cases are proving to be mostly an intraracial phenomenon. This article… 
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