Such cases are typically proven by circumstantial evidence and evidence indicating that minority employees are being terminated without good cause is normally very persuasive evidence.
Before filing a complaint with the EEOC or state employment commission, you are typically required to exhaust your remedies by filing a grievance with the employer. If the matter is not promptly resolved in your favor, then you should proceed to a formal complaint normally.
It is best also to retain a local employment law attorney to represent you. The facts do indicate race discrimination is likely involved, but you need to retain an attorney to aid you in seeking lost wages and benefits.
Look for attorneys who take contingency fee cases.
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