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Lawsuit Claims the University of Connecticut Racially Discriminated Against an Assistant Professor

The University of Connecticut racially discriminated against a Black assistant professor and retaliated against her for speaking up by refusing to renew her employment contract, a new lawsuit alleges.

Plaintiff Tiffany A. Brown claims she was subjected to racial discrimination while employed as an assistant professor at UConn during the 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 academic school years.

Brown argues she was not only allegedly subjected to a hostile work environment but also paid “substantially less” than two male employees and a Hispanic female employee who were “in all material respects, similarly situated” to her.

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