Jacki Carroll said she was at the Albertsons grocery store in Gresham, Oregon — not the one pictured above — when she heard a cashier shaming a black woman, who was on WIC food stamps, because she was $12 short for groceries.
Jacki Carroll said she was at the Albertsons grocery store in Gresham, Oregon — not the one pictured above — when she heard a cashier shaming a black woman, who was on WIC food stamps, because she was $12 short for groceries. Wikimedia Commons
Jacki Carroll said she was at the Albertsons grocery store in Gresham, Oregon — not the one pictured above — when she heard a cashier shaming a black woman, who was on WIC food stamps, because she was $12 short for groceries. Wikimedia Commons

Woman on welfare couldn't afford groceries. Cashier didn't let others help pay, witness says

May 29, 2018 11:02 AM