The Sesame Place ordeal where a pair of Black children were ignored by park character Rosita had everyone, specifically pop superstar Kelly Rowland, up in arms last week.
The good Reverend Jesse Jackson has officially stepped in to add his two cents by penning a letter to the now-disgraced amusement park with hopes of helping them understand that racial discrimination can no longer be tolerated at a place meant to be a safe haven for all children, especially our Black and brown babies. Continue Reading
The overwhelming volume of videos showcasing @SesamePlace's intentional mistreatment of Black children is APPALLING! This Penn. theme park and its staff need to be investigated for their discriminatory actions!— Ben Crump (@AttorneyCrump) July 19, 2022
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