Take a stand against racial discrimination
Members of all races are protected from discrimination based on their race, although race discrimination most commonly occurs to people of color. Managers who make decisions influenced by racial bias may not always be consciously aware of their own bias, but workplace racial discrimination is still wrong and illegal.
It is also against the law for your employer to discriminate against you because you associate with or are married to someone of a different race, or because you have multiracial children.
While most cases involving illegal discrimination have a very short statute of limitations (300 days), you may have up to four years to file a race discrimination lawsuit.