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New York Times Investigation Supports Bryan Schwartz Law’s Race Harassment Class Action Against Tesla

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New York Times Investigation Supports Bryan Schwartz Law’s Race Harassment Class Action Against Tesla

New York Times Investigation Supports Bryan Schwartz Law’s Race Harassment Class Action Against Tesla

One year ago, Bryan Schwartz Law, along with co-counsel Larry Organ and the California Civil Rights Law Group, filed a rare racial harassment class action, because use of the “N-word” and other harassment are so common at Tesla’s Fremont auto manufacturing plant. Today, after an in-depth investigation, the New York Times published a feature discussing the disturbing pattern at Tesla.

The story begins:

Owen Diaz had seen swastikas in the bathrooms at Tesla’s electric-car plant, and he had tried to ignore racist taunts around the factory. “You hear, ‘Hey, boy, come here,’ ‘N-i-g-g-e-r,’ you know, all this,” said Mr. Diaz, who is African-American.

Similar accounts of race harassment follow, profiling a number of the witnesses in Bryan Schwartz Law’s case.

If you have information about race harassment at Tesla, contact Bryan Schwartz Law today.

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