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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.

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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