Title VII and FEHA both prohibit race discrimination in all aspects of employment relationships.

Race discrimination involves treating applicants or employees unfavorably because they are of a certain race or because of personal characteristics that might be associated with a particular race (such as hair style and/or texture). Discrimination on the basis of color is also prohibited by state and federal law and involves treating someone unfavorably because of skin color/complexion.

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