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>> Protesters on Sunday descended on the Starbucks in Philadelphia where last week two black men were arrested, sparking accusations of racial profiling. The several dozen demonstrators called for a boycott, and for those responsible for the incident to lose their jobs. The incident last Thursday was caught on video and shared widely online.
The video showed several bystanders telling police officers that the two men did nothing wrong.>> They didn't do anything. I saw the entire thing.>>
] They didn't.>> What did they do?>> The city's police commissioner says his officers had to act after Starbucks' employees called 911 with a trespassing complaint.
Starbucks' CEO, Kevin Johnson, later apologized for the incident. And the company declined to prosecute the two men. But for protesters on Sunday, the damage has been done.>> We cannot have any dialogue until the manager is fired. That's the demand.>> Starbucks Regional Vice President Camille Hymes.>> We know that we have work to do.
We have worked very closely with the community here in Philadelphia. It literally breaks my heart.>> The company says it is reviewing its policies and will work to prevent something like this from happening again.