2 unfounded black men and Starbucks reconciliation can go to university free of charge.

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 2 unfounded black men and Starbucks reconciliation can go to university free of charge.


Two men were arrested without reason According to The Associated Press, Kevin Johnson, the chief executive of Starbucks, said on 2 local time that two black men who had been arrested in a Starbucks in Philadelphia had reached a settlement agreement. Starbucks did not disclose the amount of the settlement, but there was a provision for free college education for two people, and they could finish their degrees at the Arizona State University. Starbucks has a partnership with the University, allowing its employees to get academic degrees through online learning. In addition, the two people have reached an agreement with Philadelphia, each of whom will receive a symbolic $1 from Philadelphia, while Philadelphia promises to offer $200 thousand to start a project for young entrepreneurs. According to the previous report, in April 12th, two African men were sitting in a Starbucks in Philadelphia, but there was no thing. The store manager accused the illegal invasion and the two people were subsequently arrested by the police. This process was captured by other customers and uploaded to the network, and the video was then forwarded wildly. In April 15th, many people gathered at the scene to hold a protest. Starbucks was racially discriminated against. Public protest Police in Philadelphia responded by saying that they received an alarm from a cafe clerk, saying that two black men wanted to use their toilets, but because they did not buy anything to be rejected, the two people had not gone, and the salesman thought they were suspected of illegal invasion. In response, two black men said they were just waiting for their friends to arrive. On April 14th, Kevin Johnson, the chief executive of Starbucks, made a statement saying that they were resolutely opposed to racism and would investigate the events in detail and want to personally apologize to the black men affected by the events. Source: overseas web editor: Guo Ping _B7442 Police in Philadelphia responded by saying that they received an alarm from a cafe clerk, saying that two black men wanted to use their toilets, but because they did not buy anything to be rejected, the two people had not gone, and the salesman thought they were suspected of illegal invasion. In response, two black men said they were just waiting for their friends to arrive.