Friday, November 20, 2009
In Alexander v. Opelika Pub. Schs., No. 08-11014 (11th Cir. 11/10/09), a public school employee in Alabama who allegedly was called “boy” eight times over two years and heard a supervisor comment about a noose did not present sufficient evidence to survive summary judgment on his racial harassment claim.
If we're lucky, the 11th Circuit's miserly construction of Title VII will be slapped down again by the Supreme Court.
Hat Tip: Hank Leland