While black people debate whether to boycott Starbucks, these brothas lawyered up and flipped the scrip… going so far as to say “this is not just a black people thing; this is a people thing.”<br><br>They’re not even going to trial… whatever settlement they receive is to remain confidential…<br><br>”Cohen said he and his clients suggested that along with Starbucks, they engage in a mediation with a retired federal judge in Philadelphia. Cohen said Starbucks agreed to that proposal, which necessitates that the conversations between executives and Nelson and Robinson remain confidential.<br><br>“Everyone is blind to it, but they know what’s going on,” Nelson said. “Just really taking those actions and putting them into place. And helping people understand this is not just a black people thing; this is a people thing.” <br> <br>What Malcolm say about dem dollas? <br><br>“You can cuss out colonialism, imperialism, and all other kinds of ism, but it’s hard for you to cuss that dollarism. When they drop those dollars on you, your soul goes.”

While black people debate whether to boycott Starbucks, these brothas lawyered up and flipped the scrip... going so far as to say "this is not just a black people thing; this is a people thing."

They're not even going to trial... whatever settlement they receive is to remain confidential...

"Cohen said he and his clients suggested that along with Starbucks, they engage in a mediation with a retired federal judge in Philadelphia. Cohen said Starbucks agreed to that proposal, which necessitates that the conversations between executives and Nelson and Robinson remain confidential.

“Everyone is blind to it, but they know what’s going on,” Nelson said. “Just really taking those actions and putting them into place. And helping people understand this is not just a black people thing; this is a people thing.”

What Malcolm say about dem dollas?

“You can cuss out colonialism, imperialism, and all other kinds of ism, but it's hard for you to cuss that dollarism. When they drop those dollars on you, your soul goes.”

‘They can’t be here for us’: Black men arrested at Starbucks tell their story for the first time

Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson, along with their lawyer Stewart Cohen, spoke with GMA's Robin Roberts to describe their experience after a white Starbucks manager called 911.
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