I'm Lucy, and I'd be happy to answer your questions today. I'm very sorry to hear that this is happening.
Your employer has an obligation to protect you from a hostile work environment, both based on your gender and your race. If they have not taken any steps to resolve the situation after you reported it, and you continue to experience this type of abuse every day, you can file a lawsuit. You may be entitled to punitive damages of $50,000 - $300,000, depending on the size of your employer. The first step is to seek a Right to Sue letter from the EEOC by filing a charge.
The law says that you may be entitled to an order that your employer pay your attorney's fees, on top of other damages. For that reason, you may want to consider having a local attorney either reach out to them and try to negotiate a resolution without going to court, or file a lawsuit for you. It would be a violation of federal law for them to fire you because you're suing them for racial and sexual harassment, so if they did that, you'd be able to sue for reinstatement, back pay, and more punitive damages (plus more attorney's fees). A good place to find a lawyer in your area with experience in this type of case is www.martindale.com.
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