Family Dollar - Discrimination
LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY -- In April or May of 2013, the Family Dollar in Louisville, KY on Poplar Level Road near Indian Trail, refused to wait on someone because he was white. The white customer objected to their favoring black customers over white customers by letting blacks go first and making whites wait in line longer. After he objected to their racism, a male employee called him a "cracker" and told him to leave and never come back again.
Also, the female black manager told him that "we don't want your kind in this store." Of course, this means she doesn't want whites in their store.
The white customer, who was a victim of their racism, complained to the manager and the district manager and it didn't do any good. The District. Manager told him to stay out of that store.
The white customer wrote a letter to the corporate office of Family Dollar complaining about discrimination against whites by their black employees, but they never responded.
We had spent a lot of money in that Family Dollar every month, like $300.00 a month since October 2011.
If Family Dollar will not take action against this store in Louisville, KY, then we want out money back -- about $7,000.00.
Any American who believes in equal protection of the law for ALL Americans, I say, boycott Family Dollar.
We will boycott Family Dollar and tell our family and friends to do the same.