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The call follows mega-retailer Walmart implementing a mask mandate in its stores.
An open letter from a group of black, indigenous, and people of color jewelry designers calls for more support, education and equity.
The Treasury Department and the Small Business Administration also released more information about where the PPP money went.
Called JewelPAC, the program assures compliance with the anti-money laundering requirements of the USA PATRIOT Act.
All proceeds from the new rainbow rings will benefit the Can’t Cancel Pride fund, which supports organizations struggling to fundraise amid COVID-19.
Oriel College, where the statue of Cecil Rhodes stands, will also launch an independent inquiry into the issues surrounding it.
Updates to PPP include more time to use the funds and a change to how much of the loan can be used for non-payroll expenses.
The plan includes provisions for small businesses, including changes to the Paycheck Protection Program.
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