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Starbucks’ Howard Schultz Speaks Out Against ‘the Empowerment of White Supremacists’

The coffee chain’s founder addressed employees about the events in Charlottesville Following the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville last weekend, Starbucks founder Howard Schultz spoke to his employees at a forum called “Hate has no hope here.” Schultz called the meeting to “address the violence, hatred, and empowerment of white supremacists and neo-Nazis” in recent days.
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