It seems as though every single day, the list grows.
Waiting in a coffee shop while black. Selling real estate while black. Moving in while black. Napping while black. Working out while black.
Ever since a Starbucks in the Philadelphia area came under national scrutiny for calling the police on two black men waiting for a business associate in one of the company’s coffee shops, new attention has been focused on the long list of mundane activities that black Americans can’t confidently engage in without being treated as suspicious or having the police called….