Mother says daughter was racially discriminated against at Chuck E. Cheese

A local mother says her toddler was the victim of racial discrimination at Chuck E. Cheese in Wayne.
Video evidence shows Chuck E. Cheese's mouse mascot high-fiving numerous white kids on stage, but then ignoring a little Black girl who was holding her hand out.
"As home to millions of families and kids every year that celebrate the big and small milestones, including fun, our goal is to create an inclusive experience for children and parents of all ages, races, ethnicities, religious backgrounds and learning differences,” Chuck E. Cheese said in a statement Monday, thanking the family for bringing this incident to their attention. “Our mission is to provide a fun and a safe place and all cast members are trained to ensure that we live up to this promise."