Three mothers who were hassled at a mall in Delaware over breast-feeding say they are not satisfied with management’s apology and will not return until the mall shares details about employee sensitivity training.
On Saturday, Autumne Murray, 23, Diana Hitchens, 25, and her sister-in-law Jessica Hitchens, 23, had staged a “nurse-in” at the Concord Mall to educate the public about a woman’s legal right to nurse in public.
They brought signs bringing attention to the retail company, Hollister, in protest of a nursing mother who was reportedly asked to leave a store in Houston.
One of the signs read, “Hey Hollister, my baby has a right to eat. It’s the law.”
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