The lawsuit, filed in federal court, also names Inspire Brands, BWW's parent company. Lovelace said he was subjected to racial remarks including being labeled an " angry black man." He is seeking $75,000 in lost wages, benefits and for emotional and mental stress.
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Ex-Buffalo Wild Wings Employee Calls Foul for Treatment of Black Workers
Garren Lovelace, who worked in a Buffalo Wild Wings kitchen in Kansas, said he was discriminated against for reporting alleged racial discrimination and safety violations in a lawsuit against the chain restaurant. So reports NBC News.