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Woman accuses Perris Walmart of discrimination


Last updated 1/26/2018 at Noon

Walmart was accused of racial discrimination today by a black woman who claims beauty products designed for black people were kept in a locked glass case at a Perris store, while products for other races were displayed on open shelves.

A Walmart spokesman, however, strongly denied the allegation, saying the company does "not tolerate discrimination of any kind.''

Essie Grundy, at a Los Angeles news conference with her attorney, Gloria Allred, said she was unable to touch or read the ingredients on the locked-up products at the Perris Walmart store. To buy one of the products, she had to s...

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