Starbucks video leads to new campaign for speaking out on race
Michelle Saahene, who shot the now-infamous Starbucks arrest video, and Melissa DePino, who helped spread the video on social media, talk about how their experience spreading the Starbucks arrest video and watching it grow in a national viral phenomenon led them to pursue a campaign, "From Privilege to Progress," encouraging people to speak out on racial issues.
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