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Restaurant Kicks Out Black Family

Twenty-five members of a Black family endured a two-hour wait at Wild Wing Café in North Charleston, South Carolina, when a manager told them a white patron said that they were intimidating. A family member began recording the family’s conversation on their phone with the manager, who then asked them to leave. The CEO of the company has offered Michael Brown and his family a free meal, but Brown isn’t satisfied.

(Photo: Courtesy of WCSC-TV Channel 5 News)

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