L’Oréal is guilty of racism - fined and jailed

Saturday, July 14, 2007

Wow - the verdict is in - and it’s spectacular:

The French campaign group SOS Racisme brought a case against L’Oréal already back in 2000 saying they excluded non-white women from promoting its shampoo, and the ruling is just in: Guilty. The Garnier division of the beauty empire, along with a recruitment agency it employed, were fined €30,000 each after they recruited women on the basis of race. A senior figure at the agency given a three-month suspended prison sentence.

Read the full article here