NY: Immigrants Wary of Complaining of Bias


Discrimination cases involving Muslims in the workplace, at school and in airports increased markedly after Sept. 11 but are most commonly brought by American-born Muslims because immigrants are reluctant to take legal action, lawyers and civil rights advocates say. A fear of retaliation by employers or more extreme outcomes, like deportation, drives many Muslim immigrants to stay quiet…

 


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