Starbucks partners and customers spent Martin Luther King Jr. Day volunteering at more than 150 service projects across the United States.
Dr. Bernard LaFayette Jr., an original Freedom Rider, director of voter registration in Selma, and leader in nonviolent resistance, was with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on the day he died. He shares his memories of his friend – and talks about his own willingness to put his life on the line for equal treatment for all.
Nick Ning’s mother risked her own health to provide for her children. Now her son is helping take care of her by adding her to his health insurance policy under a novel Starbucks plan in China that allows partners to extend critical illness coverage to their parents.
As Starbucks debuts a new espresso, learn what makes espresso shots so special, from the perfect pull to the sweet finish.
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These photographs showcase the year that helped define Starbucks and all its commitments to community, partners and customers.
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For Ashley Keith, No Child Sleeps Outside is more than just a compelling campaign to raise money for Mary’s Place, a shelter for women, children and families. It’s her reality.