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In the week since their arrests, the men have met with Starbucks’ apologetic CEO. On Thursday, they also got an apology from Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross.


Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson tell “GMA” what happened to lead to their arrest at a Philadelphia Starbucks, sparking backlash for the coffee chain.


Philadelphia police released the 911 call that led to the arrests of two black men accused of trespassing at Starbucks.


On Monday, Starbucks Chief Executive Kevin Johnson hopes to meet with the two black men arrested at one of its Philadelphia cafes last week to apologize for the incident, that has sparked accusations of racial profiling at the coffee chain. The men, who had not made a purchase, were handcuffed and arrested for trespassing on Thursday after a store manager called 911 and reported them. Johnson said that a disciplinary review was underway and added that Starbucks would conduct training to prevent unconscious bias.


A race row is brewing in the US city of Philadelphia after the arrest of two black men in a Starbucks cafe. Black lives matter activists gathered at the coffee shop demanding equality and that the manager be fired. READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/93bt

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Video posted to social media shows police officers arresting two black men as they sat in a Starbucks coffee shop in Philadelphia. The arrests prompted some to accuse the company of racial discrimination.