Starbucks CEO meets with men targeted in ‘racial profiling’ incident

Starbucks CEO meets with men targeted in 'racial profiling' incident

Starbucks CEO has met the two men whose arrests at their Philadelphia store sparked allegations of racial profiling and discrimination. 

According to a report in CBS Philadelphia, Kevin Johnson met the two men and apologised in person.

The meeting took place while nearly two dozen protesters demanded changes to the company’s policy.

Demonstrators also called for the firing of the employee, who had contacted the police on Thursday after accusing two seated African-Americans of trespassing.


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