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Last updated on Thursday, September 24, 2009
(FORT WAYNE, IN) - The former principal of Wayne High School is suing Fort Wayne Community Schools and two district administrators, claiming she was the victim of racial and gender discrimination.
Joselyn Whitticker, who is black, alleges that superintendent Wendy Robinson and area administrator Debra Faye Williams-Robbins, who are both also black, discriminated against her because of her race and gender.
The lawsuit claims Whitticker was treated differently than men of all races and white women employed in the district.
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