2023 Author: Steven Freeman | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-27 15:22
A UPS employee was fired after being photographed with her face painted black.
The history of the New York Post indicates that the Ohio employee was fired for having carried out said action, according to company officials.
The employee has not been identified, but it was learned that she works at UPS Mail in the Sharonville area. The dismissal occurs when the image where the woman who painted her face in black and dressed in an outfit in colored clothing appeared on social networks; specifically on Facebook. The woman is seen wearing clothing that includes a fairly large red winter coat or coat, a red bandana and lipstick in the same shade.
The Manhattan newspaper in its online version indicates that the image looked as if it were a cartoon that is classified as an offensive called "mammy", which dates from the time when the Jim Crow show was famous. That is to say, presumably it was seen as a caricature.
"The company has strict policies against harassment and discrimination, and this individual's work with the company has ended … UPS has no tolerance for hatred, bigotry or prejudice," said Kim Krebs, company spokesperson. from courier to a Cincinatti newspaper: Cincinnati Enquirer. A relevant fact is that it is not known or cannot be specified if the woman in question went to work dressed in this way to the post office, but that is how he read the Facebook post.
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