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Actived: Wednesday Feb 24, 2021
Dollar General Cashier Calls Police On Black Woman Using
Dollar General is investigating after a cashier called the police on a black woman using store coupons, accusing her of “trying to take advantage of the system.” Madonna Wilburn of Buffalo, New York was trying to purchase $30 worth of items with digital coupons when the cashier, manager Ken Dudek, got annoyed.
How To Stretch Your Grocery Budget | Black America Web
Use Coupons– The Sunday newspaper is usually the best source but also look on line, at public libraries and at coupon swap boxes at the store itself. Some stores issue coupons at checkout for use on your next trip. Be sure and note expiration dates and if a cash value is offered. Don’t let them expire and go to waste.
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Target To Offer Shoppers A Breather After Thanksgiving
For the first time, when customers spend $50 on the day after Thanksgiving, they will receive a coupon for 20 percent off a future shopping trip. And nearly all of Target’s Black Friday online deals will be eligible for pickup at the store, up significantly from last year.
Grocery Shopping Tips | Black America Web
2. Make a meal plan: This goes hand in hand with making a list. Knowing exactly what you’re going to cook makes creating the list a breeze. 3. Beat the crowd: Going shopping at off-peak hours can make your trip faster. Also shopping midweek (Tuesdays and Wednesdays) is good.
Can’t Take You Nowhere | Black America Web
A full-blown meltdown will likely go down at church during prayer or at the grocery store checkout line as a parent fiddles around for coupons. Then there’s the all too common blunt observation your child makes loudly when faced with an unusual mark or body condition of someone in a crowded elevator.
#Over40: The 7 Best Ways To Practice Self-Care | Black
The solution: Turn them off. And if you can, turn your phone/iPad, Apple Watch, tablet, laptop off for at least some of the week so that you can have a moment where you don’t have to check, respond or answer to anyone. Even if you have to keep in touch with kids or work, you can limit your time on social media.
Creating the Ultimate Relaxing Living Space | Black
1. Clear away the clutter: Out with the old in and in with the new! Take some time to empty those boxes, shred those old papers and documents and organize your space. Give away those gently used items you’ve been meaning to get rid of. Utilize wall shelving to get items off of the floor or display keepsakes.
White Woman Calls Cops On Black Woman Waiting For An Uber
On Wednesday, July 25, Darsell Obregon shared a video on Facebook of a white woman, later identified as Arabella Juniper Torres, calling the police on her after she stood under a doorway to shelter herself from rain while waiting for an Uber in Brooklyn, New York.. Obregon detailed the incident,“I was in # Brooklyn walking to the train when a sudden rain storm began and I hid in the doorway
NYC Plan Would Keep Tobacco Products Out of Sight | Black
NEW YORK (AP) — Cigarettes would have to be kept out of sight in New York City stores under a first-in-the-nation plan unveiled by Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Monday, igniting complaints from retailers and smokers who said they’ve had enough with the city’s crackdowns.. Shops from corner stores to supermarkets would have to keep tobacco products in cabinets, drawers, under the counter