3. It is discovered that, at a health club, the owner has been putting a notation on the application of black membership applicants that reads DNWAM, which means do not want as member. In addition, the black membership applicants are charges higher fees and are much less likely to be financed as other non black applicants. Can the black applicants bring a successful action under Title VII?
4. A black female employee is told that she cannot come to work with her hair in decorative braids traditionally worn in Africa, and if she continues to do so, she will be terminated. Does the employee have a claim under Title VII?
5. Bennies Restaurant chain routinely hires blacks, but it only assigns them to the lower-paying jobs as kitchen help, rather than as higher-paid servers, salad bar helpers, or managers. Bennies says it does not discriminate because it has many black employees. If suit is brought by the black employees, who will likely win? [based on Dennys Rest]