Chicago Coffee House Removes Black Patrons

Nicole Rojas
Jun 11, 2019 - 5:00

A coffee shop in Chicago has been accused of racism after a group of Black children were kicked out of the cafe for allegedly stealing. Employees at Robust Coffee Lounge later called the police on one of the children’s mothers when she confronted the shop owner. Activist Kofi Ademola caught part of the incident on video when police arrived on the scene. Ademola, who organizes against police brutality and racial injustice, recorded the mother involved, identified solely as Victoria, as she stood outside of Robust Coffee, -->

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