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FLOWERS v. CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS

United States District Court, Northern District of Illinois


September 3, 2003

FLOWERS
v.
CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS

The opinion of the court was delivered by: James Zagel, District Judge

Plaintiff has sued the Chicago Public Schools and a school official after the EEOC gave him a letter authorizing suit against them. Although the Motion for Leave to File in Forma Pauperis is granted, the complaint is dismissed. It is apparent from the allegations of the complaint that plaintiff was employed by Columbia College in Chicago. Any claim he has under Title VII can be made only against his employer and then only with a right to sue letter from the EEOC. But, according to the plaintiff's complaint and his affidavit, neither the Chicago Public Schools nor the school official was his employer. He has no right to sue either with respect to Columbia College and has thus sued the wrong defendants.

For the reasons above, plaintiff's Motion for Leave to File in Forma Pauperis is GRANTED, but this complaint is dismissed as frivolous. Page 1

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