Could more black businesswomen reduce toxic chemicals in hair products?

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This video explores an overlooked issue: the prevalence of toxic chemicals in Afro hair products, and whether increased representation of black businesswomen in the industry could solve this problem.

Through interviews with Dominique, the visionary founder of Unique Roots, and Andrew Canessa, a distinguished Professor of Anthropology at the University of Essex, we delve into the crucial role that diversity, empowerment, and consumer power can play in addressing this.

Featured image by Sonya

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