Unilever to help black groups tackle hair discrimination

Dove, owned by Unilever, also to offer workshop to schools on discrimination around black hairstyles

Unilever, one of the UK’s biggest employers, has announced it will give £170,000 to black grassroots organisations to help tackle racism.

The company, which owns Dove and Magnum, is launching the Crown Fund UK, an initiative that Unilever hopes will stop discrimination around black hairstyles and texture. Organisations working to eliminate barriers of progress for black women and girls will receive up to £20,000 each in 2021.

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