Black Corrections Employee Who Complained About 'Blue Lives Matter' Flag Receives $100,000 Settlement

Essence - 04-22


Karimah Guion-Pledgure also claimed that she received nasty notes after she put up an "equity wall" in her workplace. A Black corrections employee has settled her lawsuit with Multnomah County, Oregon for $100,000, following complaints about stress and racial harassment that she endured over a coworker’s “Blue Lives Matter” flag, and after she put up an “equity” wall herself.