I thought Obama was going to end all racism in America. . .
They even put the plain and chocolate donuts in separate bins!
Just get a job. Get off the racism crap. Haven't you people sucked that well dry yet?Geez.. racism used to exist because of ignorance and hate... it know exists for profit and greed.Take Sharpton and Jackson... neither who ever held a real job...made a good living off racism.Neither could qualify with skills to cashier at a 7/11 in reality. It's stale and it smells.
dunkin donuts discriminates against minorities? in new jersey practically every franchise is owned and staffed byindians or pakistanis.
I now why they think D.D is raceist. what happened to me at D.D, the cashier said , what are you looking at!!! then said some other things. And after that it left me running out of D.D crying. And im only 11 thin aboutt how much tthat hurt my feelings.
For the cost of opening just one franchise under a corportate name I could open three independent doughnut shops and run them on my own terms according to what my local customers want.. not what some corporate home office thousands of miles away wants.. and would do just fine on my own. And have you ever seen how much royalty payment franchise owners have to send up to the mother ship before the local franchise profits even one cent? It would rattle your senses. These companies are not in business to make money for their local owners.. they are in business to make money for themselves.. and only themselves.
I have seen many African-Americans working at Dunkin Donuts stores, but I couldn't tell you who the owners are. This is in Upstate NY, and Southwest Florida. I also believe I have seen only one store that had an Indian man for a manager; I don't know if he was the owner. These people may have a valid point.
Apparently they didn't look at the Atlanta Metro area, because there is significant diversity in the folks who operate stores here. Of course maybe they aren't owner/operators, but I suspect most are because the quickest way to run a business into the ground is if the owner believes in absentee management. If you own a business you need to be there most of the time with an active role in the operations and management of any business.
Discriminating against Indian women of color too? Thats Preti Shetty.