SC coffee shop hiring people with disabilities is ‘human rights movement,’ owner says
The smell of freshly brewed coffee fills a packed cafe situated on a cobblestone street in the coastal city town of Charleston, S.C. Baristas greet customers with smiles, sometimes hugs. At one point, customers and employees start dancing.
“I love parties, dance parties,” Sam Hazeltine, a barista, told Fox News as he danced behind the counter. “I got my groove on. I got my groove on…It’s fun. It’s a happy place.” Read More