Sara’s salon is one of the most famous in Manhattan, but in the city’s history, its most famous clientele has been African Americans.
Its clientele is a mixture of rich and poor, and a lot of them are African American.
In the summer of 2016, Sara’s opened a new salon called ‘MySkinIsBeautiful,’ named after a client who, in a stroke of genius, was able to use an anti-aging skin cream that was not sold in a supermarket.
Sara’s salon opened its doors in 2017, and it’s become one of New York City’s most visible and recognizable beauty brands.
But the salon is also an underrepresented minority in the beauty industry, and the way it treats its clientele reveals just how many people of color are excluded from the industry.
“I think of this as an extension of how the world looks at me,” said Sarah, who asked that her last name not be used.
Her salon, where she works out and gets her nails done, has a history of discrimination.
In the late ’90s, the Salon’s owner was fired after it was discovered he had sexually harassed several female staff members.
She had to sell the business and move it to a larger building.
When she moved back in, she found that the same man had become the salon’s sole clientele.
She also found herself discriminated against for being a woman.
She has never had a client with a problem at her salon, and she doesn’t want to leave.
When the owner of the salon told her he had been told by the owner’s mother that if she quit, she would be fired, Sarah said she was shocked.
“I was like, ‘What is that about?
I didn’t do anything wrong,'” she said.
The owner, who did not want to be named, also refused to give Sarah a phone number or email.
“We didn’t even want to make this phone call,” she said, noting that she didn’t know how to contact her former employer’s lawyers.
For years, Sara and the salon have struggled to overcome the barriers that prevent people of colour from working in the industry, even as they are still an under-represented minority.
This is not to say that African Americans are exempt from the beauty profession, nor that they are immune from the harassment they encounter at the salon, but they are not.
And because the Salon has a clientele of both rich and low-income people, its staff is often racially profiled.
According to a 2015 report by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), salon staff were more likely to be subjected to sexual harassment or racial bias than any other group.
Sarah and her colleagues are not the only people who have been targeted for their skin tone.
According to the EEO Commission, there were 5,000 complaints of racial bias at beauty salons in the U.S. in 2015, including a large number of claims of sexual harassment.
In 2016, there was a similar number of complaints, but it was more than double that.
Black women are also less likely to receive job offers from salon owners than white women, according to the Equal Opportunity Commission.
And there are also racial disparities in the hiring of African American men.
According the EECO, black men are more likely than white men to be employed in beauty saloons, even though black women are almost 50 percent more likely as clients to be hired by a salon owner.
As Salon owners and employees continue to struggle to get ahead in the job market, the community has also been struggling with the stigma surrounding the industry in a city where one in five people are poor.
‘It’s just a big, big step to a new life’ The salon is a microcosm of a city that has become increasingly segregated in the past few years.
Since the 1970s, there have been many attempts to make New York more inclusive, but the city has been slow to adopt a holistic approach to creating a better city for all.
Last year, Mayor Bill de Blasio made a big push to close the gap in income for black New Yorkers, with the city implementing an ordinance that requires companies that make more than $1 million to pay a minimum wage of $15 an hour by 2022.
He also announced the creation of a “Housing First” task force to explore the future of the city, with new plans to build affordable housing, create jobs for people of all incomes, and make sure New Yorkers are not excluded from opportunity.
But many people don’t see it that way.
“It’s not a big step.
I don’t think that people see it as a big deal,” said Michelle Lee, a senior adviser to the Mayor’s Office of Housing.
Lee and others say the city should consider