Benjamin Moore sued for racial discrimination after paint company 'named brown hues after black employee'
Clinton Tucker worked for the company's website in New Jersey starting in 2011
Clinton Tucker's suit claims he was given the boot in March after he repeatedly complained about the colors Tucker Chocolate and Clinton Brown.
Tucker alleges one of the colors was a part of the company's Williamsburg Collection, a project he helped market. . . .
The suit notes that Benjamin Moore also has a paint color called Confederate Red 'offensively described by Benjamin [Moore] as a "timeless and enduring classic."' . . .