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July 19, 2012

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Despite the numerous class actions filed against the federal government and the many public officials found guilty of discrimination and/or retaliation the federal government continues to impose harm on the public. Pointedly, the federal sector fails to mandate discipline for those culpable officials found guilty of civil rights violations. U.S. Marshal Matthew Fogg won a landmark decision over a decade ago. Public officials responsible were never held accountable. Today, there are at least two separate class complaints filed by African-Americans against the Department of Justice's U.S. Marshal Service. [Matthew Fogg et. al. and the David Grogan et al.} The Coalition For Change, Inc. (C4C) submits that internal workplace discrimination continues to negatively impact employess and the public they serve. Given what is taking place within the Justice Department, with regard to its treatment of minorities, one should not be surprised of the persistence of "racial profiling" and the lack of proactive efforts to combat such ill-behavior. Internal discrimination spills into external practices.

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