“Plaintiff averred that the ridicule and name calling occurred on a daily basis. She stated Anderson, specifically, ridiculed her daily, calling her a ‘crybaby’ after she became upset about being ridiculed, assigned her more tasks than the other non-Hispanic employees, and made fun of her Spanish accent. These actions, coupled with Anderson’s alleged prohibition of Spanish in the kitchen and Plaintiff’s resulting anxiety and fear, are sufficiently pervasive that there remains a serious question of material fact as to whether the alleged harassment affected a term or condition of Plaintiff’s employment.”
Garcia v. Garland Ind. Sch. Dist., No 3:11-cv-502-N-BK, 2013 WL 5299264 at *6 (N.D. Tex Sept. 20, 2013) (Godbey, J.).