Trevor Baston says he watched a white employee at St. Luke's Hospital call a black co-worker "Aunt Jemima." The same person repeatedly called Baston, who is black, "boy." A nurse practitioner told him she was afraid of "big black men." Then, after a bias training, his supervisor's manager told staff to "get over it."
Wednesday, February 19, 2020
Kansas City Lawsuit: Racially Insensitive Language Alleged Against St. Luke's
Bold claims in this complaint dutifully carried behind the paywall of the newspaper but with a headline tease to inspire further "investigation" of alleged workplace hateration that might or might not impact locals . . . Read more: