It's gettin, it's gettin, it's gettin kind of hectic. OKLAHOMA CITY A white professor who says she was racially discriminated against by historically black Langston University says she's not likely to accept a negotiated settlement of her claim. English professor Barbara Craig says she's been paid less than her black colleagues and that black professors were given preferential treatment. The U-S Department of Justice and Langston have agreed to settle the claim for just under 30-thousand-500 dollars and Craig would get a raise to more than 52-thousand dollars a year. But Craig says she thinks injustice she's suffered is so severe that the settlement is not adequate and she may reject it and file a federal lawsuit. Another white Langston worker sued Langston for discrimination last year and won nearly 300-thousand dollars. Copyright 2006 Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.