A group of influential black clergy in Boston is lambasting one of the two bidders for the MBTA’s commuter rail contract, asserting that the company’s majority shareholder has engaged in discriminatory employment practices.
The religious leaders, including the Rev. Bruce H. Wall and the Rev. Mark V. Scott, are planning to deliver a letter to the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Wednesday afternoon, calling on the T’s general manager, Beverly A. Scott, to reject the bid put forth by Keolis America, the company looking to unseat the commuter rail’s current operator. Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.