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AVOID THIS BAR!!!!!. Aside from the discrimination against transgendered individuals, I just had what I believe to be a discriminatory experience at Crews Inn that will ensure I will never go back there again. In response to the posting on the front door of Crews INN that says "immediate positions for bar backs", I spoke with DAVID MOORE (owner) on the phone regarding the filling out of an application. He was very enthusiastic as he told me to be at the bar at 10:30pm to fill out my paperwork on Thursday night. As soon as I met him and he saw that I was African- American everything changed- especially that friendly voice that I had spoken to earlier. I was told to wait because he was busy. So I waited for 20 min. then 40 min., 1 hour and then 2 1/2 hours... All the while he would look at me out of the corner of his eye as if to say go away. Long story short, I was never offered an application during the nearly 3 hours that I waited. I cannot say for sure that this is a case of discrimination however it certainly felt like it. To not even be given the chance to apply- just apply -for a job is questionable indeed. This David Moore seems to be completely out of touch with the concept of diversity. I believe that the gay community, MORE THAN ANY OTHER, should embrace and embody the spirit of diversity. One of the things that attracts me to the gay community here in Dallas is going out and seeing such a rich and varied assortment of individuals. Perhaps the negative attention that the Crews Inn has been receiving will open the eyes of the gay community here in Dallas to what I believe to be bigoted, prejudiced and small- minded management at the Crews Inn. Thank you.
Crews Inn Discriminates!. The owner of this gay bar has begun banning drag queens and transgendered people on Tuesday nights. Don't support discriminations, go somewhere else, or better yet, join the protesters every Tuesday from 10 to 12
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