FILE – In this Nov. 20, 2013 file photo, a car drives past the IKEA store in Plaisir, west of Paris. Ikea’s French subsidiary and several of its executives are set to go on trial Monday over accusations that they illegally spied on employees and customers. Trade unions reported the furniture and home goods company to French authorities in 2012, accusing it of collecting personal data by fraudulent means and the illicit disclosure of personal information. (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere, File)
NAACP Slams Ikea’s Juneteenth Watermelon Menu Apology As ‘Empty’ Ikea came under fire for a Juneteenth menu they put out for their employees. The menu included fried chicken and watermelon. When called out, Ikea apologized. The NAACP has come out and said the apology was an empty performative gesture. What did you make of the apology? What more do you think Ikea can do?