So, I’ve looked into this place.
Jelte Kösters
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I don’t care that “you’ve looked into it”. If you actually believe that two attorneys for the ACLU have nothing better to do than fabricate a story about racist antics then you are “dubious”, to say the least.

In my 43 years in California, I cannot even count how many micro-aggressions I’ve either witnessed or experienced first-hand that were based on people “following the rules”, but only when the rules applied to a black person.

I’ve used my upbringing, which means, yes, I was the single black girl in the nice white neighborhood. I also had advice from my parents, who experienced direct and brutal racism, and, when that failed, I use my spending power, thanks to my parents and some wise career choices, to either make a fuss when someone behaves badly ( i.e. makes special rules for me because I’m black) or, I spend my money elsewhere, after having a long conversation with the owner.

You are either delusional or suffering from too much privilege. Are you one of those people who thinks minorities get “special rights”?

I’m laughing at you and your “research”. A picture of a black person! Oh my gosh, one black person, or even ten, just proves no RACISM EVER! Because you know exactly who these employees in question were, right? And what nights they worked, forever?

These ladies have nothing to prove to you. Is this a pathetic attempt to quiet their story? I thank the author for sharing this story.

Go back to the tragic Internet hole you came from.

I’ve used my upbringing, which means, yes, I was the single black girl in the nice white neighborhood. I also had advice from my parents, who experienced direct and brutal racism, and, when that failed, I use my spending power, thanks to my parents and some wise career choices, to either make a fuss when someone behaves badly ( i.e. makes special rules for me because I’m black) or. I spend my money elsewhere, after having a long conversation with the owner.

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