Starbucks #RaceTogether is Over

business_ethics_highlights_2It was never going to work. But maybe — just maybe — it accidentally ended up starting a good conversation, namely one about why it’s so hard to have a conversation about race. >>>

Starbucks Stops Fighting Racism With Coffee Cups

As of today, Starbucks employees will no longer be writing “#RaceTogether” on cups, so it looks like you’ve missed your opportunity to end racism by harassing your local barista. Company spokesperson Jim Olson claimed….


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