maybe his boss? but i think he is protected by free speech laws. the law isn't bad-but he sure sounds awful. most likely you will just have to bear it as long as you can, or like most cowards he'll stike out if you say anything about how it makes you feel. i know that isn't satisfying when we feel we ought to stand up and say no.good luck
If you work for a large company, report it to your company's director of human resources. But if you work for a small business, you probably don't have much choice. If you tell your boss that you find his racist comments offensive, he may turn against you. You might then have a basis for a lawsuit, but that could drag on for years, cost you your job, and be much more trouble than you want. I just read your replies to others. He's part of Human Resources? Is he the director? If not, go over his head and talk to the director. If he IS the director, go over his head and make an appointment to talk to the president of the company.
Find out what his nationality origin is. When he says that, you say right away "and I hate Italians" or whatever race he is. ( no offense to the Italians ) you can't help it, you're Italian. Ok that was a joke.