Employees of Color Say Old Navy Brought in White Staff for ‘Queer Eye’ Taping

Maria Perez
Sep 2, 2019 - 9:00
Employees of Color Say Old Navy Brought in White Staff for ‘Queer Eye’ Taping

Three employees from an Old Navy store in Philadelphia say workers of color were kept in the background while the company brought in white employees from the national retailer’s other locations for filming an episode of Netflix’s series “Queer Eye.” On August 21, Monae Alvarado, who works at the Center City Old Navy in Philadelphia, wrote a Facebook post alleging she and other co-workers of color were told to stand in the back. Alavardo’s post garnered over 2,000 shares on Facebook.

“So they were filming Queer eye (not queer as folk) at my job (Old Navy in Center City Philadelphia) and at my job...

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2 Replies to “Employees of Color Say Old Navy Brought in White Staff for ‘Queer Eye’ Taping”

  1. There are so many things wrong here! Not facts but actions! How could anyone on the staff as well as actors on the show have allowed this? I am so disappointed.

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