ALBANY — A legal clerk is suing his former employer, the law firm Harding Mazzotti, alleging employment discrimination and wrongful termination that he says occurred after he tried to make the firm aware of racial and social grievances following the 2020 killing of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police.
Eric F. Wright Sr., who is Black and is representing himself in the federal case, wrote in legal papers that his termination on November 18, 2020, was “unlawfully motivated by conscious and unconscious bias due to race, skin color, and political advocacy.” On social justice.”
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