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Two in five U.S. retail shoppers have personally experienced unfair treatment on the basis of their race or skin tone. And Black, indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) shoppers are three times more likely than white shoppers to feel most often judged by their skin color and ethnicity.

These findings were revealed as part of a first-ever large-scale study on Racial Bias in Retail, commissioned by beauty retail giant and Open to All® member Sephora. The study found that racial bias in retail is pervasive for both shoppers and employees. The study also included actionable solutions for retailers to mitigate racially biased experiences. …


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