Write to Starbucks

Tell Starbucks to Enact and Publicly Announce a National Corporate Policy that Mothers will Not be asked to Leave, Cover, Move, or Hide when Breastfeeding their Babies

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Ask Starbucks:

1) To make a clear national policy that mothers have a right to breastfeed in their stores without being asked to move, hide, cover up, or leave.

2) To train all employees that breastfeeding is different from other behaviors that customers might complain about (such as loud music, offensive language, etc.), and that employees are never to ask a breastfeeding mother to move, hide, cover up, or leave. Instead employees can advise the complaining customer to avert their eyes or move to a different part of the store.

3) To make the public aware of this policy.

Write to:

Orin C. Smith, President, CEO, Director
Starbucks Coffee Company
P.O. Box 3717
Seattle, WA 98124-3717
Phone: 206-447-1575
Fax: 206-447-0828

For more information on breastfeeding go to:
www.lalecheleague.org or www.breastfeeding.com

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