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Party City fires employee Jacqueline Michele DeLuca for black racist video.
Party City fired an employee Jacqueline Michele DeLuca who, she said, posted a video on social media, in which she declares black people and the Black Lives Matter movement.
Jacqueline Michele DeLuca got fired from her job at Party City this week after she posted a video of herself saying that all Black Lives Matter protesters should be killed.👇 https://t.co/6Pz5q9MDTP
— Jenna (@jenna92821) June 12, 2020
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The video, which includes racial slurs and other derogatory languages, was captured and shared on social media, and a Twitter user identified a woman by name as behind the video and said she worked at Party City, prompting the company to respond.
Party City said on Twitter
In a statement released on Twitter, Party City said it “had zero tolerance for this type of behavior and language” and said it had taken the decision to “end” the woman’s business job.
Facebook user named Jacqueline Michele DeLuca, the same name mentioned by the Twitter user
A Facebook user named Jacqueline Michele DeLuca, the same name mentioned by the Twitter user, apologized in a Facebook message. Business Insider contacted DeLuca for further comments, but did not respond immediately.
Party City said it was “in solidarity” with its black colleagues and customers. “We condemn acts of racism, fanaticism and hatred,” he said. “Negligence for basic human rights of all kinds has no place in our communities or in our country, and certainly not in Party City.”
The company did not immediately respond to Business Insider’s request for additional comments.
Social media users welcomed the company’s quick response to the video
Social media users welcomed the company’s quick response to the video in online publications.
FedEx employee was also fired and a prison guard was suspended
Earlier this week, a FedEx employee was also fired and a prison guard was suspended after being filmed reconstructing George Floyd’s death to provoke Black Lives Matters protesters in Franklinville, New Jersey.
The unrest over Floyd’s police murder in Minneapolis on May 25 has prompted many companies to speak out against racism and to reevaluate some of their own policies in recent weeks.