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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.
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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.>>
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] 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.
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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.
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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.