Sesame Place to require anti-bias training after July incident

The family of two Black girls filed a $25 million class-action lawsuit after one of the theme park’s characters allegedly ignored the girls.

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Author: Rafael

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38 thoughts on “Sesame Place to require anti-bias training after July incident

  1. Im half black and this diversity and inclusion training is cancer in workplaces. All this is gonna do is make things worse. Customers become entitled and rude because they will know if you say anything to them and you’re white you will get labeled racist. This type of crap also brings down morale. Black people should be offended that the left and the media keep telling us that we dont have enough sense to conduct ourselves normally and that we need special attention. Its very condescending.

  2. Hahaha remember everyone. When we see a black "king" and "queen" we must kneel before them, even if we cant see in our oversized costumes. Or else they will consider us racist!

  3. seeing the little girls eyes, like she was about to cry, just breaks my heart! I don't care what color someone's skin is… we ALL have the same color blood & same color tears…

  4. Now none of the characters get off the floats and have NO contacts with the kids and the parades are short. Because of a FEW complaints of NO contacts with kids, now MILLIONS of kids have NO contact.

  5. It’s so sad to watch these little kids be ignored by the character. It’s that person’s job to make contact with as many accessible kids as possible. It wasn’t like the character didn’t see these kids

  6. It’s one thing if the costume limits your view but in the video it appears the kids were skipped by the character as she waved her hands over them so let’s not be so quick to give an “excuse out”. Who knows what was going through the character’s mind 🤷‍♂️.
    The real question is was actual damage to those few seconds done to those kids, probably not. Nothing that can’t be fix with some words of wisdom from loving family members. Report the incident to the park management; absolutely. $25 million in damages; absolutely not and highly unlikely.

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  8. Wow the gaslighting in this comment section…sick.
    They have every right to complain. You can't put a price on bigotry. I hope they get every penny of that 25 million and more. This was not a lone incident. It will teach that company a well needed lesson in diversity awareness. Worker should of been named and shamed. F'king disgrace considering Sesame Street founding principles. That's what you get when you defend disgusting behaviour. Their reputation will be forever tarnished

  9. THERE WAS NO BIAS

    THAT WAS BLM GRIFTING AGAIN

    ITS IMPOSSIBLE TO SEE IN YOUR PERIPHERY WHEN INSIDE ONE OF THOSE COSTUMES

    ONLY OBVIOUS

    AND IT'S ONLY OBVIOUS BLM'ERS ARE TRYING TO EXPLOIT THAT FOR A PAYDAY

    DUH !

  10. Sesame street is a bunch of sellout punks bending to the will of the LBG alphabet gang….crock of excrement
    No different than Disneys gross sjw movement that has ruined most modern movies. Frickin pathetic. LIGHTYEAR blew goats…and I really wanted to like it.

  11. Finally!!! My poor white son didn't get a high five the last time we were there!!! They really need this in order to insure that every child gets treated fairly. My poor white son left crying and never wants to go back.

    I was so close to suing too. Every child should be noticed, even non-colored children like my son. 😥

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