Sephora to fight again racial bias with an action plan

NEW YORK -- Beauty retailer Sephora plans to increase the diversity in its product offerings and offer more inclusive marketing as part of a wide-reaching plan to combat racially biased experiences and unfair treatment for its customers.

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