Sesame Place Facing $25 Million Class Action Suit Over Racism Accusations

Sesame Place Facing $25 Million Class Action Suit Over Racism Accusations


Sesame Place has been hit with a $25 million racial discrimination lawsuit after a costumed employee was seen on video appearing to snub black children.

A family from Baltimore, Maryland, has filed a $25 million lawsuit over alleged racial discrimination by Sesame Place Philadelphia, according to a report by Local10.com.

The lawsuit claims that Quinton Burns, his 5-year-old daughter, as well as “all other Black guests in attendance” were discriminated against while visiting the theme park on Father’s Day, June 18.

The firm is also filing a class action suit, claiming the theme park has shown a pattern of racial discrimination.

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The lawsuit comes after a separate incident was caught on video, in which a Sesame Place employee clad in a Rosita costume appears to snub black

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