Muslim woman and her coffee

Aishah and her Starbucks coffee / Free Press Journal

US Muslim Woman Claims Starbucks Barista Wrote “ISIS” On Her Coffee Mug

A Muslim woman named Aishah, in Minnesota, US has filed discrimination charges against the 'Target' retail stores, claiming that a barista of Starbucks at the store wrote “ISIS” on her coffee cup instead of her name. The case has been registered at the Minnesota Department of Human Rights on July 6. The barista reportedly claimed that she had not heard her name correctly.

Wed, 08 Jul 2020 - 04:14 PM / by Masumi Shah

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