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What if Starbucks' 'Race Together' had caught on in corporate America?
What if Starbucks' 'Race Together' had caught on in corporate America?

Howard D. Schultz, the chief executive of Starbucks, said in a letter to employees on Sunday that baristas would no longer be encouraged to write the phrase "Race Together" on customers' coffee cups, drawing to a close a widely derided component of the company's plan to promote a discussion on racial issues. — New York Times EAST HANOVER, N.J. — What started as an effort to spark a discussion on race in America has turned into a firestorm of social media anger this week after food giant Nabisco plastered the slogan "Whites surrounded by blacks!" on every package of Oreos on Monday. Corporate and religious groups, as well as the White House,...

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