Jacque Reid goes “Inside Her Story” with Toni Jenkins, the 19-year-old Red Lobster waitress who received a receipt with a racial slur written on it instead of a tip.

Since then, Jenkins has received $10,000 from an online donation, which she used to buy a “reliable car” and returned to her position at Red Lobster.

2 thoughts on “‘The [Receipt] was Posted in Awe of Racism Still Taking Place in My Generation’- Toni Jenkins

  1. Thank you for the auspicious writeup. It actually was a leisure account it. Glance complicated to far brought agreeable from you! However, how could we be in contact?

  2. I surprised that anyone is in awe of racism. If young people have the belief that racism does not
    exist, it because we as parents and grandparents have not taught them about racism. It is better
    for our children to know the truth and be prepared when they come face to face with racism and
    not be surprised about. Our children often do not realize that they are being discriminated against
    because of they color, they often believe that something is wrong with them, and develop low
    self-esteem as a result of not knowing what racism is.

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