Posted on April 1, 2015 by lindaoppenheim
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“Months before Starbucks’s much-derided “Race Together” initiative, [Vernicia Colon] ran the Mix Coffeehaus, a South Bronx pop-up shop that used the act of ordering coffee to get customers to explore their own racial identity.”
Tags: African American history, assumptions, bias, conversation, David Gonzalez, dialogue, New York Times, perceptions, race, Starbucks, Vernicia Colon
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