Delaware movie theater sued for quieting black audience
Delaware Movie Theater Must Pay $80,000 For Telling Black Moviegoers To Be Quiet
At a 2007 showing of Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married in a Dover, Delaware movie theater, the manager of the cinema is alleged to have told a large group of patrons to “be quiet and behave.”
The “condescending tone” was cited as racist because he addressed Black customers.
Manager David Stewart was accused of speaking to audience members like children at a “minority-themed” movie.
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