Sesame Place ‘wholeheartedly’ apologizes to Black family snubbed by actor in Rosita costume
Officials at Sesame Place in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, have offered a new apology to the family of the two young Black girls who were seemingly snubbed by a costumed character at the park, this time saying they“ wholeheartedly apologize.”. - TNS

PHILADELPHIA — Sesame Place offered a new apology to the family of the two young Black girls who were seemingly snubbed by a costumed character at the park, this time saying they “wholeheartedly apologize” and renewing a pledge to institute mandatory diversity training. Last weekend, an employee dressed as the turquoise Muppet Rosita was recorded appearing to refuse to high-five two 6-year-old Black girls during a parade at Sesame Place in Langhorne. The video, recorded by Jodi Brown, spread on social media and prompted calls to boycott Sesame Place and for an explanation from the company. The...