Police in New Jersey have arrested a 16-year-old boy and charged him with harassment and bias intimidation following an incident at a Wal-Mart Supercenter where he asked all Black people to leave the store over the intercom. "Attention Wal-Mart shoppers: Will all Black people leave the store. Thank you," the teenager said over the PA system last Sunday. A Wal-Mart spokesperson said the company is as "appalled by this" as anyone and has apologized to customers. The boy is not believed to be an employee. Police are expected to provide more details...  Read More: John Mayer Says N-Word, Tweets ApologyWarden Accused of Making Racist CommentsKFC Australia Ad Considered Racist Here's what you had to say: Uniquefashionista wrote: "I wouldn't even waste my time or energy justifying the comment that was made." Karen wrote: "Maybe I live in a bubble, but I am always surprised to learn that people still find racist pranks funny."  

Essence.com
Mar, 20, 2010

walmart-supercenter-parking-lot.jpg Police in New Jersey have arrested a 16-year-old boy and charged him with harassment and bias intimidation following an incident at a Wal-Mart Supercenter where he asked all Black people to leave the store over the intercom. "Attention Walmart shoppers: Will all Black people leave the store. Thank you," the teenager said over the PA system last Sunday. A Wal-Mart spokesperson said the company is as "appalled by this" as anyone and has apologized to customers. The boy is not believed to be an employee. Police are expected to provide more details.  NAACP representatives in Gloucester County tell the Philadephia Inquirer they are aware of similar incidents at the same Walmart. Read More:

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