Jury finds anti-Indian bias at urban Indian clinic
The director of an urban Indian clinic in California discriminated against non-Indians when she fired them, a jury in Santa Barbara ruled last week.

Maria Elizabeth Cordero fired three employees of the American Indian Health & Services. They sued the clinic, saying they were terminated in order to make way for Indian employees.

The jury agreed and awarded $384,000 plus attorney’s fees to Richard Anderson, Michal Lynch and Dyan Wirt.

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