General Motors sued, accused of ignoring racism

How racism and death threats led a group of people to sue US car giant General Motors.

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    The world's largest carmaker is offering a $25,000 reward for information about a string of racist threats at one of its plants.

    Graffiti and nooses were found at a General Motors factory in the US state of Ohio almost two years ago.

    Now the company is being sued by former employees who say it did little to combat racism.

    Al Jazeera's John Hendren has more from Toledo, Ohio.


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