The former head of diversity at Morgan Stanley is suing the firm and two of its top executives, including CEO James Gorman, for racial and gender discrimination.
According to the lawsuit, which was filed on Tuesday, Marilyn Booker was fired in December after pushing for a plan that she said would help promote career advancement for Morgan Stanley’s black employees. The suit alleges that Booker’s firing reflects a pattern of widespread discrimination against black and female employees at the investment bank.
“Clearly, black lives did not matter at Morgan Stanley,” the suit states.
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