Camelia Joseph won Discrimination lawsuit against Disney

A jury in Orlando, Florida on Friday, September 4, 2015 came with the verdict that Disney discriminated against Camelia Joseph on the basis of her national origin.


Camelia Joseph who has been working as a Security Guard at Walt Disney World for close to 20 years said that she has repeatedly attempted to get a promotion but was denied each time. She counted seven times the number of times she had applied for promotion and was denied because she is Haitian. She noticed several workers less qualified than she is receiving promotions and higher salaries.

For the past few years several other workers of Disney have attempted to sue Disney for discrimination practices

Although Haitian national Camelia Joseph won her civil lawsuit against Disney she was not awarded any monetary compensation by the court.

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Gesnel says...

Discrimination against Haitians throughout the United States is never a surprise to me. Have been known that Americans hate Haitian people.

However, Hilary and Bill Clinton destroy the product of rice in Haiti; before that they organized election fraud in Haiti and that is how a drug dealer like Martelly became president of

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