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WASHINGTON _ The Environmental Protection Agency is rife with racial discrimination, a group of black employees and the NAACP charged Wednesday.
The accusations, and the threat of a class-action suit, come just days after one EPA employee won a lawsuit against the agency in which she claimed she was subject to racial discrimination and a hostile work environment.
A jury last week awarded Marsha Coleman-Adebayo $600,000 in U.S. District Court in Washington. She and other employees charged Wednesday that discrimination is prevalent at the EPA. As they spoke, about 150 people gathered and cheered in Freedom Plaza, across the street from some of EPA's offices. …