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ATLANTA AP – Oglethorpe University has agreed to settle a lawsuit filed by a Hispanic advocacy group that claimed the school discriminated against Latino workers by requiring its employees speak only English to supervisors and colleagues.

The Atlanta private university has agreed to pay more than $50,000 to settle claims filed by three Latino housekeepers in 2003 who claimed they were discriminated against because they couldn’t speak English.

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