Two supermarket chains -- H.E. Butt Grocery Co., San Antonio, and Stater Bros. Markets, Colton, Calif. -- have been hit with racial discrimination complaints filed by African-American employees, with the H-E-B complaint also citing discrimination against African-American consumers. While the Stater Bros. case, filed by 12 part-time warehouse employees, involves charges of racial harassment at the company's distribution center, the complaint against H-E-B filed by five current and four ...
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