You and the other discriminated employees should consult an employment lawyer, like Ben Murphey on this list 954-525-2345, to see whether all of you have a class action or other redress for this apparently systematic discrimination. If you push this, your job will probably come to an end; so be sure to also contact a guy like me to transfer your retirement accounts and to replace your group benefits.
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Definitely contact an attorney. Sounds like there is something there worth pursuing.
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You may be facing both age and race discrimination. If you have been demoted and replaced by a younger worker, that my provide a basis for an age discrimination claim. On the other hand, if all or nearly all of the black employees are being sent to a remote office, and all the Hispanic employees remain at the main office, that may give rise to a race discrimination claim.
You should contact an employment lawyer and then contact the EEOC to file a charge of discrimination. Filing a charge with the EEOC is the first step in the process. Once you have filed a charge, it will give you some degree of protection, because your employer will probably be very hesitant to turn around and fire you (for fear of getting hit with a retaliation claim).
Bottom line: Contact an employment attorney.
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