Starbucks Senior Vice President of Global Communications Corey duBrowa got into a bit of a tussle on Twitter earlier this week over his company’s new “Race Together” campaign, aimed at getting baristas to talk about race relations with customers.
A lot of people weren’t so fond of the idea, and they let duBrowa know:
First DuBrowa blocked several users, then he deleted his account Wednesday evening. But he reactivated his account Thursday before detailing the whole ordeal in a blog post over on Medium:
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