Bismarck Hotel Employee Quits, Alleges ‘Discriminating’ Note
An employee of a local hotel reportedly quit after he says he found evidence the hotel was discriminating against pipeline protesters.
KX News reports Kansas Ree claims he found note on the front desk of the Bismarck Holiday Inn. It reads, "If you think a walk-in is a protester... we are 100% full."
Ree says it prompted him to quit Sunday morning. He calls the note racial profiling.
The Hotel Management told KX that management did not approve any such note and would never turn away a guest based on appearance.