Men arrested at Starbucks settle for $1
Two black men who were arrested at a Starbucks cafe by Philadelphia police last month have reached a financial settlement with the city. Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson will each receive a symbolic $1 and a promise from officials to set up a programme for young entrepreneurs. The arrest of the men, who had not yet ordered and were waiting for a friend, kicked off a row over racial profiling. Starbucks announced days later it would require employee anti-bias training.