An Arizona pastor is frothing over the coffee chain’s newly designed holiday cup with a nasty social-media campaign. Which this Christmas-loving Christian writer finds deeply offensive.
For decades, the writer has been as enamored of coffee for its flavor and aroma as she is hooked on its caffeine. So how did she go from being a bean snob to a K-Cup addict?
Common, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, Washington Post's Jonathan Capehart, and Stephen A. Smith have prescribed ways to heal racism. It boils down to this: Let Black people do the work.