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Discrimination comes in many shades of gray

By David Masello
September 2, 2007

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When one of my favorite colleagues was fired, I asked her why, after 25 years with the magazine, she had been "let go." Even as I asked the question, I knew it was a rhetorical one, but I was hoping that, maybe, she had a better, fairer reason. Betty-Jean put both hands in her hair and held out big tufts ... (Full article: 1101 words)

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