The EEOC Continues Epic Battle After Two Decades, Despite Defeats
Taxpayers are subsidizing the EEOC's battle against a former EEOC attorney who filed a valid complaint in 1994 that the U.S. Office of Personnel Management was engaged in race discrimination.
This is a fitting story for Black History Month.
Cassandra M. Menoken was a top EEOC attorney two decades ago when she applied to the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) to work as a federal Administrative Judge (ALJ).
At that time, more than 90% of ALJs were white males.
ALJs preside over administrative hearings for federal agencies across the coun…
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