The two black men who were arrested for trespassing in a downtown Philadelphia Starbucks last month have settled with the city and Starbucks.
Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson settled with the city of Philadelphia for symbolic $1 each and a promise from the city to donate $200,000 to a young entrepreneurs program.
Nelson and Robinson cut a similar deal with Starbucks.
The 23-year-old friends and business partners said they were waiting to meet a friend for a business meeting.
When Nelson asked to use the restroom he was told the restroom was for employee use only.
The coffee shop manager asked the clean cut black men to leave after they declined to buy anything. She called 911 to report the men were trespassing.
A video uploaded to social media by another patron showed two officers arresting Nelson and Robinson. The video was viewed over 10 million times and sparked outrage around the country.
Activists demonstrated outside the Starbucks and called for a nationwide protest.
Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson visited Philadelphia and apologized personally to Nelson and Robinson.
He announced all Starbucks stores would close for one day on May 29 for racial diversity training.