Starbucks CEO apologizes for arrests of 2 black men at Philadelphia store as protests continue
April 16, 2018
Kevin Johnson appeared on national television to make the apology and to vow corrective measures. Meanwhile, protests resumed at the store at 18th and Spruce Streets.
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