(Adriana Usero, Kate Woodsome/The Washington Post)
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TL;DR | It's not just Starbucks calling the police on black people. All of America is complicit.
Global Opinions editor Karen Attiah says Starbucks is protecting its brand with racial bias training after the needless arrest of two black men at one of its stores. But she wonders what is America doing to protect its people of color?
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