Founders Brewing Co. to donate all Detroit taproom profits after racial discrimination lawsuit
After settling a year-long racial discrimination lawsuit that embroiled Founders Brewing Co., the beer maker says it will reopen its Detroit taproom early next year. Promising to donate 100 percent of its profits to charity, the company is shifting its focus toward diversity by beefing up its inclusion program. Our panel debates if the brewery is taking the right step to regain the trust of Detroit.
Timothy Tharp, Co-Owner of Checker Bar
Karen Dumas, Media Consultant
Charity Dean, Director of Detroit's Civil Rights Office
Greg Bowens, PR Expert