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American Airways CEO Doug Parker Met With the NAACP At this time and Made 4 Commitments

Tamika Mallory, co-founder of the Womens March, was headed to Al Sharpton’s daughter’s marriage ceremony on American Airways. She apparently had her seat modified on her by a gate agent and reportedly responded by “screeming f-bombs on the employees in entrance of youngsters’. She wasn’t permitted to fly, and took to social media to decry American Airways racism.

The NAACP adopted up by issuing a ‘journey advisory’ relating to American Airways a few week later.

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