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Military Service Bias May Have Blocked Museum Guard’s Promotion

Dec. 3, 2019, 5:57 PM

A Wichita Art Museum security guard may have had his promotion bid cut short because of the museum executive director’s alleged anti-military animus, the Tenth Circuit ruled Dec. 3, reviving the guard’s discrimination claim.

A jury could credit Anjela Greer’s testimony that Patricia McDonnell had a history of making negative remarks about Greer’s duties in the Navy Reserves, the court said. These include telling Greer she would never be promoted while she was still in the military and telling city human resources employee Olivia Hensley to leave Greer “right where [she was]" when Greer previously expressed a desire to be...

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