It has been a month since the arrest of two black men at a Philadelphia Starbucks spun the Seattle-based coffee chain into a whirlwind of controversy and sparked a national discussion about racial bias.
A lot has happened since then — customers have called for boycotts, protests ensued, apologies and criticisms poured in, and racial bias training is scheduled for Starbucks employees later this month.
It all started with a short video shared on Twitter of the pair — Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson, both 23 — being taken out of the store at 18th and Spruce Streets in handcuffs after the manager called police. They had been asked to leave because they hadn't bought anything, and refused.
Here's a rundown of events since April 12.