NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — The Rev. Al Sharpton met Monday with the chief executive officer of Macy’s to talk about racial profiling.
But as 1010 WINS’ Al Jones reported, after meetings with officials at both Macy’s and Barneys – which also has been the subject of racial profiling allegations – Sharpton was not convinced that the stores do not profile.READ MORE: Hochul Urges New Yorkers To Get Vaccinated As Omicron Variant Detected Over Border In Ontario
“Barneys said they didn’t make the call. Macy’s said they didn’t make the call,” Sharpton said. “So until they find the invisible man, we may recommend that we be invisible in their stores.”