Local business, candle, wax Buffalo, encourages employees to wear clothing or BLM for any choice of clothing that signals that all can store.
“We are ready to be allies and end systemic racism in our community and across the country, and that starts with making our store inclusive place for all,” the owner of a wax Buffalo Alicia of Reisinger said.
Staff Leadbelly, a restaurant located in Lincoln Omaha, took an active part in peaceful protests, but wearing black lives matter clothing in the workplace is not accepted, the owner Mike Martin.
“If any of our employees prefer to wear a black lives matter mask, we’ll give them,” said Martin. “We are not going to forbid people to Express themselves.”
Some of the food chain, which places Nebraska has faced a backlash for a strict dress code, despite the social changes caused by the coronavirus and the death of George Floyd in the hands of a police officer of Minneapolis on may 25.
Some whole foods market employees protested in Seattle on June 20 after the company did not allow them to wear masks with a message to BLM. All the food markets has locations in Lincoln and Omaha.
“Team members cannot work until they meet the dress code,” said the press Secretary July 2.