“There is no place for demeaning behavior within AT&T, and we regret the action was not taken earlier,” the company said in a statement confirming Slator’s dismissal.
The images at issue were found in Slator’s possession when he asked an assistant to transfer data from an old phone to a new one, the lawsuit said.
One of the images depicted an African child dancing with the racist caption “It’s Friday N—-s,” the lawsuit said. According to the lawsuit, Slator once sent the image in a text describing it as “an oldie but…
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