In another recording Harris tries to use the microwave.
"Hell no!" says the supervisor.
When asked why he can't get a drink, the supervisor clearly says "you are not white."
"As a white man, we don't even let Larry use it," says the supervisor, referring to a longtime black employee of the warehouse.
The supervisor seems to fondly recall segregation.
"Back then, nobody thought anything about it. Now everybody is made to think [separate water fountains for blacks] is bad."
When Harris asks what will happen if he is caught using the fountain, the supervisor says "that is when we hang you."
Harris and fellow worker Marrio Mangrum filed a complaint with the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission which is now mediating a financial settlement with the cotton warehouse's owner.
The fork lift drivers probably only need to retain their job skills long enough to load a few bales of cash.
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