Yes, it does. The U.S. Supreme Court made this clear in McDonald v. Santa Fe Transportation Co. (1976) when it ruled that Title VII protected Caucasian employees in addition to African-American employees. While Title VII was passed during the Civil Rights Movement in large part because of rampant discrimination against African-Americans, the language applies to any employee based on race. The McDonald v. Santa Fe case involved three employees who were caught stealing company property. The employer retained an African-American employee but discharged the two Caucasian employees involved with the incident. The Court reversed the lower courts and reinstated the two employees’ discrimination claims under Title VII.