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Protests Continue At Philadelphia Starbucks

NPR Tuesday, 17 April 2018
Protests Continue At Philadelphia StarbucksProtests continued Monday at a Philadelphia Starbucks where two black men were arrested Saturday after an employee accused them of trespassing.
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News video: Philadelphia Starbucks manager who called cops on two black men is let go as protests continue

▶ Philadelphia Starbucks manager who called cops on two black men is let go as protests continue 01:27

The Philadelphia Starbucks manager who called the cops on two black men was let go The decision to part ways with the unnamed manager was a “mutual” choice, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer Demonstrators continue to pour into the Starbucks in Philadelphia… Shouting down executives who...

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