Walgreens and CVS join Walmart in stopping the practice of locking up Black beauty products

Walgreens and CVS Health will no longer lock up beauty products for Black women and other people of color. “We are taking steps in our stores to ensure that no hair, beauty or personal care products for communities of color are kept in locked displays or shelving units,” CVS Health said in a statement to Business Insider.  “We are currently ensuring multicultural hair care and beauty products are not stored behind locked cases at any of our stores,” Walgreens told the Associated Press. Walmart also stopped the practice of locking up beauty products for people of color this

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