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Webbert, who is president of the Maine Employment Lawyers Association, said that about half of the lawsuits against the state of Maine are against the Department of Corrections.Attitudes within state’s correctional facilities, he said, are “very backward, very old boy.” “I’ve handled a lot of cases against the state, and I’d say the Department of Corrections is the worst,” Webbert said.Cannell’s attorney, David Webbert, said he expects that the state Department of Corrections and its employees will be added to the lawsuit in the future as the case progresses, but that Cannell’s claims against the state must first be handled by the Maine Human Rights Commission.Webbert said that Cannell had filed a complaint against the state with the Maine Human Rights Commission on her own before she had a lawyer, but her complaint was apparently lost.Antonietta was born February 20, 1948 in San Mango, Italy. She and her husband immediately started working so that they could start an amazing life and family together.

Shana Cannell, who is black, was fired from her job as a nurse in 2010 after filing a complaint about ongoing racial harassment at the prison. The lawsuit names Corizon LLC, a company that provides health care services to correctional facilities throughout the country; Brian Castonguay, director of nursing at Maine State Prison in 2010; Tammy Hatch, the health care administrator hired by Corizon at the prison; and Larry Brayhall, a nurse who worked with Cannell, all of whom worked for Corizon.

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“While working as (a licensed practical nurse) at the Maine State Prison, Cannell was subjected to a hostile and abusive work environment because she is black.

For example, defendant Larry Brayhall repeatedly made racist comments to her, including use of the ‘N’ word,” Cannell said in the nine-page complaint filed on her behalf by her attorney.