Boycott Starbucks? Coffee giant gets slammed for telling workers not to wear Black Lives Matter gear
At the same time, according to an internal memo from BuzzFeed News, Starbucks (SBUX) prohibited its workers from wearing accessories or clothing that mention BLM, and referred to its dress code, which aims at anything related to politics or religion. Despite the employees' backlash, a Starbucks spokesman told BuzzFeed that the rule remains in place because it is necessary to "create a safe and welcoming environment."
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