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A man in Islamic dress told a Starbucks employee his name was Aziz . She put ' ISIS ’ on the cup . In the same city where a Starbucks employee last year called police on black men for sitting quietly, two men in Islamic dress walked into a different Starbucks store for a drink.
She put ' ISIS ’ on the cup . The Washington Post 8/30/2019 Alex Horton, Abigail Hauslohner. In the same city where a Starbucks employee last year called police on black men for sitting quietly, two men in Islamic dress walked into Johnson, 40, told them “ Aziz ,” his Islamic name pronounced ah-zeez.
In the same city where a Starbucks employee last year called police on black men for sitting quietly, two men in Islamic dress walked into a different Starbucks store for a drink.
The cup given to Niquel Johnson on Sunday. (Niquel Johnson) Niquel Johnson paid for three drinks in Philadelphia on Sunday, and in typical Starbucks fashion, an employee asked for his name. Johnson, 40, told them “Aziz,” his Islamic name pronounced ah-zeez. He has used it for 25 years — and “countless” times at that particular store.
But three unusual things happened on this occasion, he said. When his order was ready, a staffer announced them by drink type, not his name.
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Man who walked into Starbucks in Islamic dress says he was met with racism and discrimination. Starbucks has been accused of discrimination after an employee wrote ' Isis ' on a cup (Getty Images). In the same city where a Starbucks employee last year called police on black men for sitting quietly
She put ' ISIS ' on the cup . 31 Aug, 2019 6:15pm. 4 minutes to read. The cup given to Niquel ' Aziz ' Johnson. In the same city where a Starbucks employee last year called police on black men for sitting quietly, two men in Islamic dress walked into a different Starbucks store for a drink.
The second unusual part was the employee wrote his name as “ISIS” — the acronym for the Islamic terror group — in the printout attached to all three drinks.
Johnson didn’t even realize it until later, when a friend pointed it out at a bookstore.
“I was shocked and angry. I felt it was discrimination,” Johnson told The Washington Post on Friday.
The third unusual part: Four days later, after the story hit social media and a reporter tweeted about it, Starbucks called Johnson to claim the company had already rectified the situation in conversation with Johnson’s niece — a person Johnson says doesn’t exist.
It is not the first time the global chain has faced accusations of racism and discrimination in a Philadelphia store. Last year, an employee called police on two black men sitting in a downtown location, and they were led away in handcuffs.
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A Starbucks employee in Philadelphia wrote " ISIS ," the name of the Islamic terrorist group, instead of " Aziz " on Starbucks spokesman Reggie Borges told the Post in a statement that the company didn't believe it was Read the full report on the Philadelphia Starbucks incident on The Washington Post.
The employee wrote " ISIS " on his cups . Niquel Johnson told NBC News that he was dressed in a Did his mother get his name in the cough and cold section of her local pharmacy? A man wearing a traditional Middle Eastern tunic told a barista at a Starbucks in Philadelphia his name was " Aziz ."
The incident prompted an apology from CEO Kevin Johnson and national staff training on unconscious bias at 8,000 stores.
But this corporate response has been different, with representatives downplaying these new allegations.
“After investigating, we don’t believe this was a case of discrimination or profiling,” Starbucks spokesman Reggie Borges said in a statement. “The customer approached and provided the name Aziz. The barista mistakenly spelled it incorrectly. We have connected with Mr. Johnson and apologized for this regrettable mistake.”
In an earlier statement, Borges said Starbucks contacted his “family” to apologize.
Except, Johnson said, it didn’t happen that way.
A Starbucks district manager who called Johnson Thursday night said the company believed the issue had been resolved earlier in the week after speaking with a niece of Johnson’s named Alora.
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Starbucks has found itself in hot water, after a Philadelphia employee reportedly gave a man in Islamic dress a cup with the name ' Isis ' on it, instead of the name he originally gave which was Aziz told the Washington Post on Friday that it was discrimination, and he feels "shocked and angry."
When Aishah asked the employee why “ ISIS ” was written on her cup , the worker “claimed that she had not heard her name correctly,” according to a statement from CAIR-MN. The Council on American- Islamic Relations’ Minnesota chapter says a worker at a Starbucks , run by a St
But Johnson said he has no niece named Alora. He doesn’t even know anyone by that name — and Starbucks has been at a loss getting to the bottom of how, exactly, it discussed Johnson’s case with someone he doesn’t know after he left a phone number on an emailed complaint.
In a Thursday night call between Johnson and Starbucks representative Brian Dragone, a recording of which was provided to The Post, Johnson tells Dragone he has no niece named Alora, and his nieces are too young to speak for him anyway.
“So that is a new revelation for me and us, Niquel,” Dragone says. “And I don’t know how we got to that point. I apologize.”
That person, Dragone claims, told another Starbucks staffer that the customer was an uncle who spells his name “Azese” — even though an email complaint sent by Johnson Monday and obtained by The Post shows his name as “Aziz.”
“Azese — A-Z-E-S-E. Is that not accurate? That name?” Dragone says.
Johnson corrects him. “No. My name is spelled A-Z-I-Z."
Dragone revisits the issue, pressing Johnson about the niece. He apologizes for the mix-up, suggesting Johnson was not contacted before Thursday because of the misunderstanding with his colleague. “I have no explanation for that. We’re going to have to figure that out on our end who that was who we spoke to,” Dragone says.
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Muslim woman says Starbucks barista wrote ' ISIS ' on her cup . The supervisor told Aishah that mistakes sometimes happen with customers' names , the charge states. Starbucks declined to comment on the incident. A spokesperson for Starbucks told CNN by phone that this Starbucks is
She says that she told the barista her name several times, but was shocked when she saw what they wrote on her cup . She wore a hijab at the time of the In a media briefing about the incident, Jaylani Hussein, executive director for the Minnesota chapter of the Council on American- Islamic Relations
“No, this can’t be resolved by a simple apology at this point. I feel as though I was discriminated against, and there’s no apology that can simply be an apology at this point,” Johnson tells him. “I just think your colleague is making this story up.”
Borges said Friday the call from the woman and a delay between the online complaint being received by the store exacerbated the confusion. “The assumption was that we spoke to his niece. We thought the loop was closed,” he said, adding that the company tried its best.
But who is the woman?
“I don’t know,” Borges said. “He says it’s not a relative and I believe that.”
The episode has further bewildered Johnson, who said he is considering legal action. He expected Starbucks to be more deliberate and careful after the other Philadelphia incident last year.
“I feel like they’re not taking it seriously as it is,” he said. “You think they would have their facts in order. How could they allow anyone to speak for me?"
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Fans of Mexican musician Celso Pina, famed as "the rebel of the accordion," are pictured near a mural with his image during his funeral procession in Monterrey, Mexico, on Aug. 24, 2019.
Passengers wait for their flights at the Mitiga International Airport in Libya's capital Tripoli on Aug. 24, 2019, after a rocket hit the airport, leading to suspended flights.
Devotees form a human pyramid to break a clay pot containing curd during the Hindu festival of Janmashtami, marking the birth anniversary of Hindu Lord Krishna, in Mumbai, India, on Aug. 24, 2019.
Drummers perform in a drum call and parade of flags during the 2019 African Landing Commemorative Ceremony in Hampton, Virginia, U.S., on Aug. 24, 2019. The event marks the 400th arrival of the first African Slaves to English North America in 1619.
A Turkish army convoy drives along the Bab al-Hawa Border Crossing between Syria and Turkey on Aug. 24, 2019, on their way to reinforce a Turkish military observation point in northwestern Syria.
Victory striker makes surprise international debut in World Cup qualifier.
The attacker had been impressing in pre-season and did enough to earn his first national cap