Apple's Tim Cook Apologizes After Store Worker Ejects Black Teens
Apple CEO Tim Cook apologized after a store employee in Melbourne, Australia, asked black teenagers to leave over fears they would steal something.By Mari Jo Valero | November 15, 2015
Apple is responding to accusations of racism after a video that's now gone viral showed a store employee kicking out six black students.
The video, posted on Facebook, shows an Apple store employee in Melbourne, Australia, asking six students of Somali and Sudanese descent to leave the store over concerns they might be stealing.
One of the students, Francis Ose, posted it to Facebook with the caption “Simply Racism.” The video has thousands of shares.