The allegations range from steering Black franchise owners to inner-city stores and not providing them the financial support their white counterparts received.
Fifty-two Black former McDonald’s franchise owners have launched a lawsuit against the company alleging it was engaged in a swath of discriminatory behavior against them, reports ABC News. The list of alleged discriminatory practices is a long one. According to court documents seen by ABC News, the lawsuit alleges those practices included:
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