Creating a diverse workforce can be tricky and not only risks political push-back but legitimate legal complaints.
Accordingly, here's an example of Missouri's biggest state college getting it HORRIBLY WRONG and paying for their mistake . . .
Associate dean for student programs, alleged she was removed from her post in 2016 by former Medical School Dean Patrice Delafontaine to "make a change in leadership" not related to her job performance.
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COLUMBIA, Mo. - The University of Missouri System has paid a $1.57 million settlement to a white former employee who alleged she was removed from her job in favor of a younger, Black woman. Rachel Brown was 60 when she was removed from her job as associate dean at the University of Missouri School of Medicine.