That is the challenge facing the owners of a children's party center in Georgia.
A group rented a party room at Kid's Planet in Jonesboro.
Reports say the group paid to use the room for one hour, but when their hour expired the group refused to leave.
Were the owners of the business white, accusation of racism would be expected. Likewise, were the owners black and a white group refused to leave, we would expect accusation of white privilege.
The conclusion is that black privilege remains a national problem that challenges all Americans, including black business owners.
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A large group of people at a Jonesboro children's party center turned violent Saturday, in an altercation captured by surveillance video, according to Channel 2 Action News.
No arrests were made in connection with the incident, according to Channel 2.
Enjoli Curry, the manager of the Kid's Planet, said she was attacked by a family after their time was up at the center, but they said they were not ready to leave, according to Channel 2.
Staff attacked at Kids Planet photo
A screenshot from the surveillance footage taken during an altercation Saturday at Kid's Planet in Jonesboro
"It was an all-out brawl in there," owner Akira Eisland-Sharp (who is also Curry's sister) told Channel 2.
It was unclear from the video obtained by Channel 2 how long the altercation lasted, what incited it or how many people it involved.
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