Is Starbucks Racist? Confessions of a Former Employee | AA:14

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This week Dan examines the latest controversy regarding the arrest of two black men at a Philadelphia Starbucks, shares stories of his long employment with the company, and considers the Christian response to the controversy. Feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments below or by reaching out at!

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Songs used in this episode:

Song: Days Away
Artist: Ronald Jenkees
Album: Days Away

Song: Gadol Elohai
Artist: Joshua Aaron
Album: You Are Holy

Song: Inverted Mean
Artist: Ronald Jenkees
Album: Disorganized Fun


Show Notes

  1. [YouTube] Black guys arrested at Starbucks –
  2. [YouTube] Moments leading up to Starbucks revealed in 911 call –
  3. [YouTube] Men arrested at Starbucks speak out –
  4. [Chicago Tribune] Starbucks faces image crisis after arrest of two black men,amp.html
  5. [WNGO] Starbucks CEO calls arrest of two black men at Philadelphia store “reprehensible” –
  6. [Music Pick] Gadol Elohai by Joshua Aaron
  7. [Bible Gateway] Genesis 1:26-27

2 thoughts on “Is Starbucks Racist? Confessions of a Former Employee | AA:14”

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    1. I have been open to the idea in the past. If you’re interested in contributing, reach out to me via the Ask a Question link at the top of the page and we can talk about it.


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