One of the largest networks in the world, Starbucks suspends advertising in all social networks on the background of the boycott, announced Facebook.
"We will suspend advertising in all social networks, we are continuing internal discussions, discussions with our media partners and human rights organizations to stop the spread of hate speech," - said in a statement on the website of the company.
The American company Starbucks has banned its employees to wear to work clothing or paraphernalia with reference to the anti-racist movement Black Lives Matter ("black Lives matter"), according to the portal Buzzfeed, citing a company statement.
The company sent employees a letter which responds to a request from employees about the possibility of wearing t-shirts and badges in support of the movement Black Lives Matter. The management of Starbucks has stated that employees of the coffee chain do not wear clothes, badges or pins with reference to the anti-racist movement because of the policies of the dress code of the company which prohibits the wearing of accessories, "promoting political, religious or personal interests."