- , Monday, January 17, 2022 4:32 PM
Starbucks posted on social media an in an email to customers claiming to take inspiration from Martin Luther King. But the posts were met with critics who pointe out the coffee retailer has
spent millions of dollars on an anti-unionization drive. Former AFL-CIO director Richard Bensinger pointed out on Twitter that Dr King had “died while in Memphis supporting workers’ rights
to organize a union,” something that Starbucks has bitterly opposed at its own branches.
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