Black Americans have in recent months also had the police called on them while waiting in a coffee shop, napping, working out, selling real estate, moving into a new home and golfing. "She just came out and directly demanded to see a permit to sell water from an 8-year-old", she said. She said she has received death threats since the video went viral and an Oakland dispensary has stopped carrying her line of cannabis products for pets. Adding that the noise was the real issue for her, "they were screaming about what they were selling".
Ettel hides behind a short wall and Austin walks over to her. And a Yale University student was interrogated by police after her dorm neighbor called the police because she was napping in a common area. "So I said, 'OK, call the cops.' And she did".
This is the latest in a series of incidents where white people have called the police on black people in public parks, coffee shops and other spaces. She then approached the mother and daughter and said that she politely, but sternly, asked them to keep it down.
"And illegally selling water without a permit?" the woman on the phone responds.
Her mother, Erin Austin, told one reporter that she had recently lost her job and that they had planned a trip to Disneyland.
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When she was told about Ettel's regrets about the incident, Austin's response was simple: "She did it to herself.
I was on some extreme deadlines", Ettel told CNN's Dan Simon.
Jordan's situation is somewhat of an extension of a previous incident in Oakland where a white woman called the police on a group of Black people hosting a barbecue.
She's now been given the nickname "Permit Patty". Any proceeds from the merchandise will be donated to a charity that supports young women of color.
In an interview with HuffPost, Ettel said she didn't actually call the police and was only bluffing. "It was all the mother and just about being quiet". "I was completely stressed out at work and that's not an excuse". Ettel says into the phone.
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Just as important is the way he presses, holds the ball up, contributes to the overall game, and sacrifices himself for the team". I have complete trust in all the players. "We knew it was going to be tough but it's all coming together".
Phillip Atiba Goff, president of the Center for Policing Equity, a nonprofit that promotes police transparency and accountability, told The Washington Post in May that many people see the police as the enforcers of unwritten social rules - rules that can be steeped in discriminatory thinking.
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- Raj (@_ethiopiangold) June 23, 2018 For all of you saying it's not about race why didn't she stop to harass the white mean that we're selling tickets and teeshirts but thought calling the police on a child was okay?
As for Jordan Rodgers, there's been a happier ending to the story.
Austin shared a screenshot of Brannon's message on Instagram and thanked him for his generosity.
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