Kind Walmart Worker Does Disabled Girl’s Nails After She Was Denied By Salon

This post on Facebook by Tasia Smith went viral with heart warmed followers praising Walmart’s cashier, Ebony Harris:

Tasia Smith's Facebook post

It all began when Angela Peters, a wheelchair-bound Michigan woman with her shaky hands caused by her cerebral palsy, was denied service from Burton Walmart’s nail salon ‘Da Vi nails’ on July 30.

Why? Because ‘she moves too much’

Ebony Harris, stepped in out of kindness to do the painting for her. She made Peters feel she is equally important in this life.

Tasia Smith pictured center with Peters and Harris

Tasia Smith pictured center with Angela Peters, the challenged, and Ebony Harris

‘We’re not trying to bash the nail salon. We’re not trying to make them lose customers, make them look bad. But maybe spread awareness that no matter the person, who they are, what color they are, disability, whatever, they’re people too,’ Tasia Smith said. Friends, learn to treat everyone well.

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