“[Employee] told Plaintiff that she would be okay financially because she was old enough to receive Social Security benefits … [and] that training Plaintiff was ‘not a priority’ and that she and [Employee] were ‘old ladies’ who were ‘slow to make decisions’ … [T]he statements are evidence that, combined with other evidence discussed above, raises

“Plaintiffs presented evidence showing that at least three … out of the six employees present in the break room heard Koopman say something that could have been perceived as racially offensive…  Viewing this evidence in the light most favorable to Plaintiffs, the Court finds that Plaintiffs have presented sufficient evidence to create a fact issue….”

“Mr. Obasogie claims that, when he asked his supervisor, Frank Baldwin, why he had not been promoted, Mr. Baldwin told him that he was ‘too old’ and that he was ‘not comfortable’ as Mr. Obasogie’s manager because Mr. Obasogie was ‘too much older than him…. The Court believes that the comments could constitute direct evidence

“Hall presented evidence that younger employees were trained to move into positions that assumed the duties of the food prep position—a position that Hall presented evidence was being phased out of RDSL’s corporate structure. Hall further presented evidence that unlike her younger counterparts, she was not trained for this new position. This evidence is the