2 women accuse cast members at Legoland in Goshen of racial discrimination

Two women are accusing cast members at Legoland in Goshen of racially discriminating against their kids.
Shaquana Johnson-Williams, of Mount Vernon, and her sister-in-law Breana Ramsay, of Connecticut, say their kids were ignored during a dance party despite efforts from both children to be involved.
"There were only three little brown kids and for them to blatantly ignore them, I was disgusted," says Johnson-Williams.
The incident happened on June 14, but the women decided to share their story in the wake of what happened at Sesame Place in Pennsylvania.
Ramsay says one of the characters "proceeds to walk past my daughter in the orange and my nephew in the blue and walks around and goes to another in the back."
The women caught the incident on video and posted it to Instagram, tagging Legoland's account.
A Legoland spokesperson says, "Providing a safe, fun environment for children and their families is our number one priority. As soon as we were made aware of this incident, we immediately attempted to contact the guest and opened an urgent investigation."
Johnson-Williams says she wants Legoland to take accountability.