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Just a week after Megyn Kelly exited her NBC daytime show after defending blackface halloween costumes, a Sharonville UPS employee was let go after wearing a blackface costume to a Halloween party. The image started to circulate on Facebook after someone posted that she worked for the Sharonville UPS branch. A statement from the company was sent to the Cincinnati Enquirer:

“The company has strict policies against harassment and discrimination, and has terminated this individual’s employment with the company,” wrote Kim Krebs, a UPS media relations manager, by email. “UPS has no tolerance for hate, bigotry or prejudice.”

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