Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz spoke earlier this month at the coffee company's annual shareholders meeting in Seattle next to a photo of a coffee cup with #RaceTogether written on it. Baristas in U.S. stores have since stopped writing the words on cups served to customers. It was a much ridiculed effort to improve awareness of race relations.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz spoke earlier this month at the coffee company's annual shareholders meeting in Seattle next to a photo of a coffee cup with #RaceTogether written on it. Baristas in U.S. stores have since stopped writing the words on cups served to customers. It was a much ridiculed effort to improve awareness of race relations. Ted S. Warren The Associated Press
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz spoke earlier this month at the coffee company's annual shareholders meeting in Seattle next to a photo of a coffee cup with #RaceTogether written on it. Baristas in U.S. stores have since stopped writing the words on cups served to customers. It was a much ridiculed effort to improve awareness of race relations. Ted S. Warren The Associated Press

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