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Attorney for black men arrested in Starbucks says they were 'singled out' because of race
Starbucks apologized after two black men were arrested at a Philadelphia store on April 12, in an incident that their lawyer says was racially motivated. Philadelphia's police commissioner defended the arrests on April 13.
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