You heard about the Derek Chauvin verdict but what about the Black ex-firefighter awarded $2.43M in discrimination case. Closed mouth doesn't get fed my turn to file.

Would the Jury have come up with the same conclusion in 2018 when the Complaint was filed?

Lawyers can't afford  Discrimination Cases but the Worker's compensation they got time.

Micheal Lane and Former Mayor Michael Bloomberg 
All that is missing now is a Fire Protection Giant.  Oh stay turned I got that one covered later this Month before the deadline to file my complaint with my Right to sue Letter 

 “Hopefully now it shows them that you can’t do people like that,” Harris said after the verdict was read. “You have to do your due diligence before you take somebody’s livelihood away, especially somebody who’s giving you their livelihood.”

A Black Kansas City firefighter was subjected to racial discrimination then fired in retaliation for his complaints, a federal jury found Thursday in a trial that highlighted systemic racism in the department.

The Unified Government of Wyandotte County and Kansas City, Kansas, was ordered to pay Jyan Harris more than $2.43 million for back pay, future pay and compensatory damages for his discrimination and retaliation claims, the Kansas City Star reported.

In 2021, no one should feel unwelcome or wronged while on the job. Consequently, we are taking swift and decisive action to ensure that no one, no matter their race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, or religion, feels mistreated or disadvantaged within our workplace.

The defense tried to convinced the jury that the double-dipping investigation was a pretext for firing him after he raised complaints about racial discrimination.

In other News SMH 

The Boston Fire Department has reached a $3.2 million settlement with a former employee who said the department discriminated and retaliated against her after a fellow firefighter was convicted of sexually assaulting her.

More Black firefighters testify about race issues at KCK department as trial nears end