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Naperville Buffalo Wild Wings employees fired over ‘discrimination’

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News video: Coaches, Parents To Address Media Following Racially-Charged Incident At Naperville Buffalo Wild Wings

Coaches, Parents To Address Media Following Racially-Charged Incident At Naperville Buffalo Wild Wings 01:48

Backlash is building after two kids' basketball teams were asked to change tables at a Buffalo Wild Wings in Naperville. Coaches and parents will address the media Tuesday in Aurora.

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