AP’s Race and Ethnicity Editor Sues News Agency for Discrimination

The Associated Press’s race and ethnicity editor is suing the global news network, alleging that she has been marginalized and discriminated against because of her race, sex and age.

Sonya Ross, who is black, filed a lawsuit against her employer on Monday. Ross says in her suit that she was denied opportunities, promotions and adequate resources to do her current job. Ross started working at the AP as an intern in 1986 and was appointed its first race and ethnicity editor in 2010.

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