Linda Lockhart was the Charlotte’s first female African-American firefighter. She spoke at a City Council meeting Monday about what she said is pay disparity between herself and men with the same job. She said she expects to be fired or harassed for speaking out.
Linda Lockhart was the Charlotte’s first female African-American firefighter. She spoke at a City Council meeting Monday about what she said is pay disparity between herself and men with the same job. She said she expects to be fired or harassed for speaking out. sharrison@charlotteobserver.com Steve Harrison
Linda Lockhart was the Charlotte’s first female African-American firefighter. She spoke at a City Council meeting Monday about what she said is pay disparity between herself and men with the same job. She said she expects to be fired or harassed for speaking out. sharrison@charlotteobserver.com Steve Harrison

Charlotte’s first black female firefighter: ‘They are going to fire me’ for speaking out

June 07, 2017 02:34 PM

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