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Two women file EEOC discrimination complaints against AWARE Inc domestic violence shelter

A former employee and a current employee currently on stress leave have filed EEOC discrimination complaints against the Jackson, Michigan based domestic violence center AWARE Inc.

Danielle Johnson and Frances Keane claim that their former boss, LaDonna Glenn, of making sexual or derogatory remarks to them.  Johnson and Keane also allege that they were demoted, disciplined, or fired in retaliation after they complained about Glenn’s behavior.

According to the Jackson Citizen Patriot, Executive Director Rebecca Filip said that “AWARE denies the charges and is fully participating in the EEOC investigation.”

The Jackson Citizen Patriot also reported that “Glenn lost her job as domestic violence program coordinator in May after she was convicted of felonious assault in Oakland County. She was accused of threatening her husband with a hammer.”

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One Response to “Two women file EEOC discrimination complaints against AWARE Inc domestic violence shelter”

  1. Mya says:

    Violence against women is a growing issue in the U.S. There are excellent organizations working to help young women in need. Vista Maria is a leading crusader to curtail violence against women. They are an excellent resource and can be very helpful for young women dealing with these issues.

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