D.C. restaurants to kick out white supremacists
One year after the United the Right rally, the so-called Alt-Right planned to meet again in Washington D.C. To prepare for the event, the Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington (RAMW) provided D.C. area restaurants with information about their legal rights to refuse service to white supremacists and similar fringe groups. For one owner, this was not a political move. “For me this isn’t political. It’s not partisan. I have no comment on the Trump administration. But it’s a really big topic. My team, people are nervous. They’re offended. They’re scared to take public transportation.”
Full story at Washingtonian.
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