Tesla facing potential class-action lawsuit for racial discrimination

Tesla Factory in Fremont, California. (credit: Maurizio Pesce / Flickr)

Tesla’s factory in Fremont is a “hotbed for racist behavior,” according to a a legal complaint filed in California’s Alameda County Superior Court on Monday and reported by Bloomberg.

Marcus Vaughn is an African-American who worked on Tesla’s factory floor from April to October of this year. Vaughn charges that workers and managers on the factory floor routinely used the n-word within his earshot. When he complained to the human resources department, Vaughn says, he was fired for “not having a positive attitude.”

According to Bloomberg, Vaughn is seeking to be the lead plaintiff in a class-action lawsuit on behalf of more than 100 black Tesla workers.

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