A week or so ago, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz decided that the company was going to start an initiative to discuss race relations and racial inequalities by having every barista write the words "race together" on customers' coffee cups. On this episode of "Just One More Thing," Dennis Malloy explains why this was just a really bad idea.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- In between muscular men in speedos gyrating to thumping dance music and drag queens decked out in formal gowns, Salt Lake City's gay pride parade also featured a few, more conventional participants: Some of America's most well-known companies.
During a morning graduation ceremony at Elizabeth High School on Friday, the New Jersey State Police welcomed its most racially-diverse class ever. Leading law officials presented badges to dozens of new troopers.
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