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Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s management has created a pattern of conduct that marginalizes its few black employees through unequal compensation and a lack of promotions and opportunities, according to a lawsuit filed in New York federal court Wednesday.

Attorneys on behalf of Rebecca Allen, a vice president at the New York City-based investment bank who is black and Jewish, filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York claiming she was discriminated against in “myriad ways” throughout her employment because of her race and religion.

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