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‘Nonverbal’ Harassment Claims Exhausted in Charge (access required)

An African-American hospital maintenance worker who says he was assigned more menial duties than nonblack maintenance workers, not promoted and subjected to racial harassment can pursue his claim of “nonverbal” harassment in his lawsuit to include new factual allegations of harassment, says a Roanoke U.S. District Court. On Nov. 7, 2009, plaintiff Vernell Coles filed an ...

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