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SheaMoisture announces $1M relief fund to women of color entrepreneurs affected by coronavirus | USA TODAY

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SheaMoisture announces $1M relief fund to women of color entrepreneurs affected by coronavirus | USA TODAY

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Haircare and beauty brand SheaMoisture and its parent company, Sundial Brands, has announced a $1 million relief fund to help support women of color entrepreneurs and minority-owned businesses affected by coronavirus. 

The Community Commerce fund is an extension of SheaMoisture’s long-established Community Commerce program. The fund aims to minimize financial hardships that minority and black-owned businesses are facing from COVID-19 and show the power of small businesses.

SheaMoisture is also rolling out new initiatives under the fund that include cash grants and an e-learning lab for women of color entrepreneurs. 

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By Jazmin Goodwin, USA TODAY, USA TODAY,
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