ANTI RACISM! Johnson & Johnson announced to stop selling whitening products after pushing multi-color band aids

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 ANTI RACISM! Johnson & Johnson announced to stop selling whitening products after pushing multi-color band aids


(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u6056789,container:ssp_ 6056789, async:true }In India, for example, consumers praise smart skin lightening products as effective and whitening. In Asia, Ludwigs product ads also describe how to make consumers skin whiter.. In fact, in order to reflect the companys anti racist stance, Johnson & Johnson announced last week that it will provide a variety of color matching band aids to match different skin colors. In addition, the report also mentioned that more than 11000 people have petitioned the website to ask Unilever group to stop selling similar whitening products. ANTI RACISM protests caused by the death of black people have spread from the United States to many countries. Many black brands are also under pressure. Colgate said Monday that it is reviewing its toothpaste brand black toothpaste in China and may change its name. Read the resolution adopted by the United Nations to express strong condemnation of the death of black Americans. Merkel called the United States polarizing seriously: the murder of Freud was a terrorist Obama: the United States was unable to eradicate racism for 400 years. Source: global network responsibility editor: Shi Jianlei_ NBJ11331

In India, for example, consumers praise smart skin lightening products as effective and whitening, the New York Times said. In Asia, Ludwigs product ads also describe how to make consumers skin whiter..

In fact, in order to reflect the companys anti racist stance, Johnson & Johnson announced last week that it will provide a variety of color matching band aids to match different skin colors.

In addition, the report also mentioned that more than 11000 people have petitioned the website to ask Unilever group to stop selling similar whitening products.

ANTI RACISM protests caused by the death of black people have spread from the United States to many countries. Many black brands are also under pressure. Colgate said Monday that it is reviewing its toothpaste brand black toothpaste in China and may change its name.