Protest in Norwalk calls for boycott against pizzeria after staff told man not to wear BLM shirt
A protest was held in Norwalk Sunday calling for a boycott against a local pizzeria.
Dajuan Wiggins says he went into the Famous Pizza House wearing a Black Lives Matter shirt.
An employee told him the next time he comes in, he should wear an All Lives Matter shirt.
Days later, Wiggins and others spoke to the owner, who Wiggins said seemed insensitive to the issue.
Organizers say the restaurant is mainly frequented by the Black community, who feel disrespected and disappointed.
Famous Pizza House is normally open on Sundays, but a sign on their door says it is closed Labor Day weekend.
News 12 reached out for comment and is waiting to hear back.