Local 1766’s Scott, Bullock form End Inequality at Rutgers

Two Rutgers URA-AFT (Local 1766) members who are among the plaintiffs in racial discrimination lawsuits against Rutgers University have formed End Inequality at Rutgers, an alliance of alumni, current employees and past employees.

Organization founders Lisa Scott and Eleanor Bullock have also reached out by letter to Rutgers President Jonathan Holloway to share their concerns and offer assistance “in making Rutgers the model institution for racial equality in several areas, and particularly in the workplace.”

“We believe allowing us to play a role to make Rutgers University the model institution for racial equality for Women, African Americans and other people of color will help with the healing process,” they write in a letter dated Aug. 28.

Courier News writer Bob Makin has more about their lawsuits.