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2013_framboise_bakery123.jpgThe owners of Framboise Patisserie in Middle Village, Queens, were fined $25,000 for racial and gender discrimination after a black woman was turned down for a job on the spot. Jamilah DaCosta alleges that one of the owners told her "I can't hire you because you're black." After an investigation, the Human Right Commission ordered the bakery to pay $10,000 in damages to the potential employee, plus $15,000 in fines for racial and gender discrimination. [NYDN] [Photo]

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