Dear Cornell University,
eCornell hosted the ‘WOMEN LEADERS IN LABOR LAW: Guiding the National Labor Relations Board” webinar on Wednesday, November 03, 2021, at 4:30pm EDT.
We are submitting the following question for your consideration and response.
Dozens of published reports allege that Lauren McFerran and Jennifer Abruzzo conspired with the NLRB Inspector General David Berry and other senior officials at the National Labor Relations Board and the U.S. Department of Labor to carry out whistleblower retaliation for many years, including death threats against a former subordinate GS-15 employee. The race discrimination case involving all these officials is currently awaiting action by the Merit Systems Protection Board (docket number DC-1221-16-0227-W-1).
The following statement is testimony from this whistleblower lawsuit:
“I swear before God that I personally witnessed eight highly competent African American federal employees be denied promotions and assignments that would enhance their careers. I was ordered to remain silent while a black woman was treated like a wild animal and herded into subservient jobs for many years because of the color of her skin.”
Would you care to comment about the suitability of these two white women – Lauren McFerran and Jennifer Abruzzo – to appear in your webinar and continue leading the National Labor Relations Board?
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