Amazon is continuing construction of another office in Windsor, Connecticut, in the wake of stopping tasks there a week ago when the seventh instance of a “rope which could be deciphered as a noose” was found at the site.
“The site has resumed and we are committed to working with the Town and Windsor Police Department, just as our advancement accomplices, to consider the culprits responsible and guarantee that all individuals from our local area feel esteemed, regarded and safe,” Amazon representative Kelly Nantel said.
“Disdain, bigotry or segregation have no bearing in our general public and are absolutely not endured in any Amazon work environment — regardless of whether it be under construction like this one, or completely operational,” she added.
Workers at the arranged satisfaction community discovered six obvious nooses on the site during the most recent seven day stretch of April. The seventh was reported last Thursday.
Windsor police and the FBI both said they’re investigating.
Amazon a week ago raised the prize to $100,000 for information that prompts whoever left the derisive things.
The neighborhood chapter of the NAACP said it’s working with Amazon to address laborer concerns.
“These types of disdain violations have had an unfavorable stain on the present status of America’s world and for them to hit so up close and personal and with such consistency, shows a powerful lack of regard for the human goodness as well as for our predecessors who lost their lives because of the disdain addressed inside the bunches in those ropes,” the civil rights group said in an explanation.