I read what you included in your post. I am not nor do I care to be on FB. I have read many stories that were "credible" written by "credible" journalists that later turned out to be inaccurate or did not contain enough relevant data to make a fully informed decision. So I don't hang my hat on what I read in facebook or in the press. You are mostly just reading someone else's biased opinion. If I am the victim or the accused, I want someone to make decisions based on facts and not speculation.carmenjonze » Wed Nov 06, 2019 9:07 pm wrote:
why would it?
Doesn’t matter; their actions were discriminatory.
And neither have you,yet you’re playing the overdefensive card c
Lol I’m basing my opinion on several news stories from credible news organizations. You otoh are just reacting to some posts on a message board without having read.
Sure, it’s all opinion when it’s not you or your kid with the demand to show papers please.
I wonder if you even read the mother’s FB post? It’s referenced in most of the articles on this story.
If I treat everyone the same regardless of race, religion, nationality, gender, sexual preference etc, am I discriminating? If I don't know what is an acceptable ID, am I guilty of discrimination or just ignorance. Not every bad decision is rooted in discrimination. In the CVS case it sounds more like ignorance. What remedy would you like to see in the CVS case? What do you think is just and fair?