Responding to the manager’s decision, Whole Foods said in a statement that all employees “must abide by our long-standing company dress code, which prohibits clothing with visible slogans, messages, logos or advertisements unrelated to the company.”
“Team members with face masks that don’t comply with the dress code are always offered new face masks,” a Whole Foods spokesman said. “Team members are unable to work until the dress code is completed.”
In a statement, Starbucks said it was critical to support the Black Life Thing movement as founded by its founders and will continue to work closely with community leaders, civil rights leaders, organizations and our partners to understand the role Starbucks can play , and show ourselves in a positive way for our communities. “
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