8,000 Starbucks stores across the country are conducting racial bias training for employees. They had been there to meet a client for a business meeting, a common occurrence at Starbucks locations nationwide.
While 8,000 Starbucks company-operated stores are closing for racial bias training, most of the 7,000 licensed stores like locations in grocery stores, hotels, college campuses and airports will likely remain open, according to the Seattle-based coffee giant.
A store manager called the police because the men were sitting in the store without placing an order.
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Instead, Professor Dobbin suggested that Starbucks try to diversify its stores by developing special recruitment guidelines, mentoring programs and regional task forces. City officials also promised to set up a scheme for young entrepreneurs.
One of those advisers, former Attorney General Eric Holder, says that in some ways it's "disheartening" that these conversations still need to happen.
She said a Starbucks employee she spoke to on Tuesday pointed out that several black and Hispanic workers were "laughing through the book". During the shutdown, roughly 175,000 employees watched a documentary and talked about their real-life experiences. One of the men asked to use the bathroom and was told only paying customers could do so. "'Why do we have to do this?'" Hornes said.
The training comes after two black men were arrested at a Philadelphia store while waiting for a business associate, a situation the company has said should not have occurred.
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When asked about how the Stroudsburg Starbucks' participation could set an example, Jones said that more restaurants, companies and institutions should take notice and implement their own training to prevent racial bias, stating that more education couldn't hurt.
The 20-year-old Pawtucket resident said he agreed with the reason behind Starbucks' closing, though.
"Starbucks is a company built on nurturing the human spirit, and it's on us to harness our scale and expertise to do right by the communities we serve", said Rossann Williams, Starbucks' executive vice president of USA retail.
That follows comments from Starbucks Chairman Howard Schultz said he didn't want people to feel "less than" if they were refused access.
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He says he is willing to give Starbucks' CEO a chance and is supporting the training.