There was a new progress in the arrest of two black men in a Starbucks in Philadelphia last week. First of all, a brief review of the event: Black Gorasun Nelson (RashonNelson) and DonteRobinson (DonteRobinson) were not single but asked to use the bathroom when they were in Starbucks and other friends. The clerk refused them and asked them to leave. The two men were very unhappy and unwilling to leave. Then the clerk called the police. The police quickly came to handcuff two people and took two people to the police station for a few hours. Now, two black brothers have been released, but things are far from over. There is another uproar in racism in the United States. Nelson, 23, graduated from the University of Bruce Bruce in Pennsylvania, and has experienced at least a dozen times in the past three years by police intercepts, almost all because of traffic violations, such as driving at a speed of 35 miles (about 56 kilometers) / hour at a speed limit of 5 miles (about 8 kilometers) / hours. Erroneous Lane driving, illegal parking, etc. but it has never been formally arrested. Nelson and Robinson told the morning news Good Morning America, and the day they arrived at the Starbucks, they were handcuffed and handcuffed to the police station for 8 hours without a few minutes, and they were not explicitly asked to leave by the clerk at the time. Nelson also told The Associated Press that he was worried that his life would be affected by the incident. Robinson said police officers did not even explain why they were arrested, and the customers in the shop also said that the two men had not done anything extraordinary. I was trying to handle the situation myself, Robinson recalls. I thought about my family and the community, and I didnt know what it was until my hands were shackled back and handcuffed. Nelson also said, when you know you didnt do anything wrong, how would you react? I try to think what I have done wrong to put us in such a situation. At that time, Hilton, Hylton, was no longer working at Starbucks, and she blamed the incident on company policy. Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson (KevinJohnson) recently flew to Philadelphia and apologized to two black brothers, and Philadelphia Starbucks took a month off to train employees. Although the United States has always advocated equality, similar incidents of racism are emerging one after another. African American community officials say this kind of thing is constantly emerging, which illustrates the way the police treat black men. In the event, Kenyatta Johnson, a member of Philadelphias seat in Starbucks, KenyattaJohnson, said he was not surprised by the incident. I know that the race does exist, and because the U. S. Civil Liberties Union accuses Philadelphia of ethnicity, and Philadelphia is accepting a verdict. Philadelphia police chief Richard Ross (RichardRoss) is also a black man who is responsible for the arrest of Starbucks. He also apologized to the two black brothers and said that the police had not previously handled the policy of similar incidents, but now it will soon be there. Philadelphia is not very friendly to people of color. In 2010, the American Civil Liberties Union had prosecuted the Philadelphia polices interception and search policy, because African Americans were more likely to be intercepted and searched than whites, often without justification. In 2011, Philadelphia resolved the case by decree. It required collecting data on relevant policies and training officials to reduce racial biased policing. This incident is not only a question of Starbucks, but also indirectly reflects the attitude of American society towards colored people. Surveys from all walks of life show that in the United States, blacks are not subject to so-called fair treatment, but are restricted everywhere. All sectors of society expressed their concern about the incident and expressed support for the true implementation of racial equality and racial identity. In the opinion of Senator Johnson, such events have occurred in all cities and communities in the United States. It is hoped that the problem of racial discrimination in the United States can make progress so as to build the United States into a truly great country.