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31 August, 05:32

Wang is an Asian candidate applying for the position of a waiter at an Asian restaurant in Boston. Raj, the restaurant owner, rejects Wang's application because he believes that Asians do not make good waiters. Which of the following statements is most likely to be true in the context of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964? A) Under Title VII, Wang is not being discriminated against because he belongs to a majority ethnic group and members of majority groups cannot be discriminated against. B) Under Title VII, Wang is being discriminated against on the basis of his membership to a protected class. C) Under Title VII, Wang is being discriminated against on the basis of his membership to a specific gender. D) Under Title VII, Wang is not being discriminated against because Raj, being an Asian himself, cannot discriminate against his own group

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  1. 31 August, 05:37
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    Option B is correct.

    Explanation:

    Title VII of the Civil Right act prohibits any acts of discrimination from an employer based on a person's race, color, religion, sex or national origin.

    In this case, Wang is being discriminated against because of his race. He has been denied work, not based on his skills or qualifications, but only because he is Asian.
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