Screenshot courtesy of LA Times | Melissa DePino, left, and Adjoa Michelle Saahene met when they witnessed two Black men arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks. They became friends and launched an anti-racism nonprofit. Then things fell apart. (Steven M. Falk / Philadelphia Inquirer)

A Black woman and a white woman went viral fighting racism. They’ve stopped speaking.

A Black woman and a white woman who made a ‘Starbucks racism’ video that went viral joined to combat racism and teach DEI workshops. Now they don’t speak to each other.

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