Starbucks CEO Wants to Apologize Personally to Black Men Arrested in Philadelphia Store

(PHILADELPHIA) — Starbucks’ CEO says he wants to apologize personally to the black men arrested at one of his Philadelphia stores, prompting accusations of racism on social media . Kevin Johnson posted a lengthy statement Saturday night, calling the situation “disheartening” and that it led to a “reprehensible” outcome. Videos posted online show police handcuffing…

via Starbucks CEO Wants to Apologize Personally to Black Men Arrested in Philadelphia Store — TIME

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