Ontario woman wants clothing chain to embrace racial diversity
A southwestern Ontario woman is calling on the Laura women's clothing chain to make a greater effort to embrace racial diversity after publishing a spring flyer titled ``Celebrate Diversity'' that included a photo of three Caucasian women.
Raquel Hurst of Amherstburg noticed the flyer featuring the smiling faces of one brunette and two blond women while shopping with her 15-year-old daughter at a mall in Windsor on Saturday.
Hurst says she reached out to the company in an attempt to engage officials in a conversation about diversity.
She received she got a reply from the company saying that it appreciates her comments and did not intend to offend anyone with its message of diversity.
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