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Re: “Getting the Ax” Citizen for JusticeReading this article, and having other
information about Target, it is clear that there is a concerted pattern of
exploitation, lies, deception and oppression by this giant organization, Target,
against a selected group of employees and former employees. This case needs to
be brought before the US Depts. of Labor and Justice. I will NEVER again shop in
a Target store, and I will do everything in my power to prevent relatives,
friends and colleagues from doing any business with Target. We the public should
not support organizations where there are documented reports of exploitation and
discrimination against employees. Since Target wants to save money by forcing
out senior-level minority employees, let us treat Target accordingly by not
spending our money in their stores.
> All of us as Americans pay an economic price when these large organizations
mistreat their employees and deprive them of earning a good standard of living.
Beyond that America is supposed to be a country where people's rights are
protected. We all know that depends on which people are being exploited. The
people in this story are mostly Mexicans and Blacks; that is NOT by chance. We
are still a country where Target and others believe they can treat certain
minorities as second-class citizens. They should NOT be allowed to get away with
this dastardly behavior. Everyone involved in these situations with Target need
to all get together and go to the Justice Dept. or get a good lawyer to file a
class action suit against Target. If the American Labor and Justice Depts want
people to believe there is real fairness in our system then they need to take up
this case on behalf of these disenfranchised American employees. This
organization needs to be held
> accountable for their unconsionable conduct against hard-working Americans.
Let us boycott Target starting today.

Posted by armyqueen on 02/28/2010 at 10:33 PM

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