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beauty chain so for I will close all of its U. S. stores for an hour on Wednesday for diversity training following a racial incident involving Grammy nominated singer Cesare in April the black R. and B. singer tweeted that she was racially profiled adisa for a store in Calabasas California the singer said as the four employee who she identified as sandy hold security to make sure the singer wasn't stealing from the store in the tweet says the said quote we had a long talk you have a blessed day sandy Sephora said in a statement that racial profiling is not tolerated the company also said that the diversity training was not a result of the incident with Cesare but rather part of the quote we belong to something beautiful campaign that had been in the works for a year for it sixteen thousand employees so force that employees at its distribution centers and corporate offices will also participate in the training the workshop by Sephora com is about a year after Starbucks closed eight thousand of its stores across the U. S. for anti bias training to black men who were waiting for our friend were arrested after a Philadelphia Starbucks store manager called the police on them