A video showed the men being walked out in handcuffs and customers telling cops they'd done nothing wrong. forcing Starbucks to issue an apology days later, which T.
"Even with a huge operations manual that lays out what to say and what to do, you can't cover everything."Still, Starbucks has set its own high bar.
We got the rapper at LAX Sunday and asked him about the controversial arrest in Philly ... was behind the Houston's boycott -- which he's since lifted -- and it's pretty clear he thinks Starbucks should get the same treatment until real action's taken.
says the only way to get Starbucks' attention is to hit 'em where it hurts most -- their pockets -- after 2 black men were treated unequally in Philadelphia.
where cops arrested 2 men last week after an employee called 911 saying they were trespassing, while they stated they were simply waiting for a friend before placing their orders. But, maybe he'll buy this -- the coffee giant's CEO, Kevin Johnson, went on "Good Morning America" Monday and said managers will undergo training on how to spot "unconscious bias" after calling the arrest reprehensible.
The manager who called the police has left the store pending an investigation, according to the company.
There have been days of protests outside the location, with Sunday’s protest led by Asa Khalif, a prominent Black Lives Matter activist in Philadelphia.
Starbucks wrote back telling the Marines thanks for their support in their business, but that they don’t support the War and anyone in it and that they won’t send them the Coffee.
So as not to offend them we should not support in buying any Starbucks products.
Here are the facts surrounding the viral image: When it was taken: The picture was taken around p.m.
Sunday, when Khalif announced that the crowd of protesters would be moving inside the store.
But in a multinational company with more than 28,000 stores worldwide, there has "to be a situation every day where some human being handles things wrong.