Group Speaks Out After Racist Incident at Illinois Buffalo Wild Wings


Many of the people involved in a racist incident at a Buffalo Wild Wings in suburban Naperville spoke out about the ordeal on Tuesday, days after their story of the encounter went viral, drawing widespread outrage and resulting in two employees being fired.

Justin Vahl and Marcus Riley were among several people who spoke at a news conference, alongside leaders of the DuPage County chapter of the NAACP, about the discrimination they say they experienced at the restaurant last month.

Vahl said he and a group of 12 children and five other adults went to the Buffalo Wild Wings as part of one of the boys’ birthday celebration, after playing some basketball games and spending time at a nearby…


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