The variance of $ 21,600 could be attributed to Tane’s relevant experience and the needs of the company, as Feedfeed’s attorney told the Washington Post, later adding that his public relations work was not listed. not on the resume and cover letter she submitted to the company when she applied. Gurjar may not know she could ask for more money, as Tane said, to make up for Feedfeed’s lack of health benefits at the time. Or it could be, as Gurjar and his former colleague Sahara Henry-Bohoskey allege in a federal discrimination lawsuit filed Tuesday, that founders Dan and Julie Resnick fostered a work culture in which white employees thrived while the plaintiffs, both of color, were paid less. , verbally assaulted and retaliated against when they complained.