The white woman began to spew Muslim stereotypes, and told her that "ICE should take her kids away," it added. After the man began recording, Ashley yelled at the woman, claiming she is not a citizen and cannot speak English.
Katie Barratt allegedly made the remarks to her colleagues while she was drunk, but was not heard by the workers. An investigation was launched after senior officers were informed about what she had said in an inebriated state, the BBC reported.
After having received a lot of flak for having posted the image of a black child dressed in a green hoodie captioned, "Coolest monkey in the jungle", H&M has collaborated with a South African marketing firm in order to avoid more such blunders.
"One by one, the US military's most senior leaders have publicly — and bluntly — repudiated the racist violence that plunged Charlottesville into chaos Saturday, declaring the nation's armed forces as being unequivocally against hatred," The Washington Post reported.
The question civil society activists have been asking since the Tailin Lyngdoh incident is: given that DGC cannot probably survive without government benevolence, does this not make it a ‘public authority’? And, if that is the case, how can it have rules that are essentially unconstitutional?