Employees quit store in protest of alleged racism

Two employees have quit a consignment shop near San Diego after their manager allegedly used racist language while dealing with a Hispanic customer at the store last week.
1:54 | 07/20/19

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Transcript for Employees quit store in protest of alleged racism
The customer tells me she's been here many times the fortune five but this was their first experience talent. They need and want and you make me. English Cynthia all they're and her ten year old daughter Eileen peseta had previously dropped off a couple items to sell last Wednesday they tell me they came back to pick up a pair of giants is they not where being priced too low. According to former employees before selling at my sister's closet everyone signs a contract. And it says that if you're trying. Art which are over fifty dollars. You come pick them up for five dollars Cynthia says this is valued higher than fifty dollars as she was prepared to pay to get them back. Is that she wasn't prepared to be asked to pay for alt tent over items. And to not return what she said was that. I think that people who do not speak in which well. Have no business and frightening here tell him Miranda is an Al former employees it was helping translate for so the and the manager and I was like news talk and I said. That is the very wrong if it when Sally had tried to stand up for Sophia and her daughter she says the manager asked her Italy. She says as a Hispanic woman herself she was frustrated. They humidity could mean a terrible way and I'm frustrated I couldn't help her more I want to help her and made me deeds. Sell it wasn't the only employee working at the time jordin Daniels also was clocked Dan. She says she ended up quitting that same night. I told them diet. I wanted to take pride and Larry worked and not I no longer felt that way you working there we reached out to my sister's closet and the CEO and co founders set me this statement. Which reads in part. We're taking the steps to make sure this doesn't happen ever again. And we can enhance our commitment to customer service and our valued Hispanic customers and employees. Reporting and in Sydney this MacKenzie Daynard ten news.

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