SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook Inc. was hit a racial discrimination lawsuit Tuesday from two African-Americans employed at the company’s North Carolina data center who claim a manager at the facility used racist language.

The plaintiffs, Robert Baron Duffy, a former facilities operations manager at the facility, and Robert Louis Gary, a current employee there, also claim they were paid less than their white colleagues and that the company failed to adequately address their discrimination and retaliation claims after they lodged internal complaints.

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