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After 2 black men were arrested at Starbucks, its CEO calls for 'unconscious bias' training

nola.com Monday, 16 April 2018
After 2 black men were arrested at Starbucks, its CEO calls for 'unconscious bias' trainingTwo black men waiting for a friend were arrested at a Starbucks.
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Black Men Arrested at Starbucks to Meet With CEO The planned meeting comes after the pair were originally arrested last week at a Philadelphia Starbucks. Johnson, to Good Morning America Police arrested them after a store manager dialed 9-1-1 because they were seen sitting in the store without...

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