Stacy Shaw joined Reggie-N-Wayne to discuss racist slave doll incident.
Mass Appeal Wire Reports
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Recently, attorney Stacy Shaw joined Wayne Hodges and Reggie Brown on Kansas City radio station KGGN 890 to discuss the racially insensitive incident at the Adam’s Mark Hotel where a white supervisor allegedly hung a slave doll from a noose in an apparent mocking of the death of Sandra Bland (listen below). Jaysyn Craddock, a black male employee, found the noose hanging in the entranceway to his supervisor’s office. He took a photo of the doll on July 21.
— Attorney Stacy Shaw (@StacyShawLaw) July 30, 2015
After the incident, Craddock hired Shaw to represent him in the event of a lawsuit. The supervisor has since been terminated. “This is a common area that any employee can access,” Shaw told KCTV5 News. “But, at the time it was hung, my client and his supervisor were the only employees on duty. Robin is a Caucasian female in her 40’s and she should have known better.”
A stark image of the doll has gone viral on social media.
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Listen to both parts of her interview below: