Jury awards $1M to Portland woman who tried to buy gas but told: ‘I don’t serve Black people’
Summary by NBC NewsA jury has awarded an Oregon woman $1 million in damages after finding she was discriminated against by a gas station employee who told her, “I don’t serve Black people.”
Published 2 months ago · Portland, United States
Jury: $1M to Oregon woman told 'I don't serve Black people'
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A jury has awarded an Oregon woman $1 million in damages after finding she was discriminated against by a gas station employee who told her, “I don’t serve Black people.” The Multnomah County jury’s award this week to Portland resident Rose Wakefield, 63, included punitive damages of $550,000.
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Jury awards $1 million to Oregon woman who was told "I don't serve Black people" while trying to get gas
"I was like, 'What world am I living in?'" Rose Wakefield said. "This is not supposed to go down like that."
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