Re: Racial Discrimination for Entry into a Commercial Mall
.then learn that when you open your business to the public at large there are a lot of laws that apply to you that do not apply to a private citizen controlling truly private property (not just in the ownership sense but one of use). In my home I can prevent anybody I choose from entering my home for whatever reason I want. If my home was privately owned but open to the public, I cannot discriminate based upon any of the legally defined groups the government has listed as being protected against discrimination.
msafi;605139]I'm of the opinion that government shouldn't intervene on how private people run their businesses. If they want to racially discriminate, it's their property and can do with it whatever they like. I know this is an unpopular opinion these days, but I'm not here to argue or discuss it. I'm here to learn
I am not an attorney and any advice is not to be construed as legal advice. You might even want to ignore my advice. Actually, there are plenty of real attorneys that you might want to ignore as well.