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Buffalo Wild Wings staff fired after group was asked to move because customer didn’t ‘want black people sitting near him’

Seattle Times Monday, 4 November 2019
The Vahls went out on a Saturday night near Chicago in search of dinner. But the family and their party, a mostly African American group of parents and young kids celebrating a birthday, say they faced discrimination head-on instead when staff at a Buffalo Wild Wings repeatedly ordered them to leave their table — all […]
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News video: ‘We’re Supposed To Be Past This:’ Post About Allegedly Racially Charged Incident At Buffalo Wild Wings Goes Viral

‘We’re Supposed To Be Past This:’ Post About Allegedly Racially Charged Incident At Buffalo Wild Wings Goes Viral 00:54

A social media post about an allegedly racially charged incident at a Buffalo Wild Wings in Naperville went viral on Facebook. Katie Johnston reports.

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