Transcript for Muslim Woman Allegedly Kicked Out of Family Dollar for Wearing Traditional Garb
I was extremely that's hat. The emotion is still raw for Sarah socking. Gary Indiana resident is used to getting stared at for wearing her religious garment but the 32 year old Muslim mother of four says she never experienced discrimination. Like she did yesterday it this Gary Family Dollar. Stop he stopped in to buy charcoal for a family barbecue. I might have made it ten steps into the store. And here later Mike Turner say many need to take off her face or need to leave my store. At that point sock he began recording the exchange on her cell phone. Sock he told the clerk she wears in a cop and he job for religious purposes the clerk who identified herself as the manager insisted sake leave. I told her that this country as a country. A freedom of religion and freedom of speech. And I have a right to Wear what ever I would mark. The Family Dollar employee told sake if she did think get out of the store she would call the police. Initially saddened him I was born here. Police here all my eyes. And I've never been to an establishment. And being treated like Paris. Safi says she has been covering her face in public for years. The only thing she wants is for the Family Dollar employee to apologize. I'll look like to see what her. And speak to her about what I believe and because maybe if she hurt and really listen and what I believe. It would open her car. The employee in question is working today I did speak with her she refused to do it on camera interview she referred beats or her manager and that manager referred me to a regional manager. I'd left messages. And still have not heard back from anybody from Family Dollar. In Gary Sarah Schulte ABC seven Eyewitness News.
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