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You have a fair probability of receiving unemployment if you resign, but I will not deceive you to thinking it is guaranteed. If the employer disputes your claim, you will essentially have to prove that you were being discriminated against to an administrative law judge. So think about it this way - do you have documents, witnesses, or even a chronology of somewhat indisputable events to show that you were treated adversely to the white persons working there? If yes then you will make a case and show that the resignation was for good cause attributable to the employer...if not your resignation will be deemed voluntary and benefits denied.
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