Update: Black Men arrested at Philly Starbucks Reach Settlement Agreements

The two African-American men who were arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks last month have reached agreements with the coffee store chain and the city, and have pledged to support a $200,000 effort to encourage young entrepreneurs.

Donte Robinson and Rashon Nelson reached a settlement with the city for $1 each. The men will work with the city and a nonprofit organization to develop criteria, review applications and award the $200,000 grant. d:

 "a pilot curriculum for public high school students to develop the skills necessary to pursue their dream of being entrepreneurs..." - Mike Dunn