Amazing Grace - Superstore Season 6 Episode 5

Amazing Grace - Superstore Season 6 Episode 5

Justine (Kelly Schumann) sings after Ken permanently unlocks the black hair care products.
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Employee Meeting - Superstore

Employee Meeting - Superstore

Mateo (Nico Santos) during a meeting hosted by Garrett at Dina's request.
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Watching the Procedure - Superstore Season 6 Episode 5

Watching the Procedure - Superstore Season 6 Episode 5

Mateo (Nico Santos) and Cheyenne (Nichole Sakura) watch as Ken takes down the glass that locked black hair care products.
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A Step Long Overdue - Superstore Season 6 Episode 5

A Step Long Overdue - Superstore Season 6 Episode 5

Dina gives Ken (Baron Vaughn), Cloud 9's security guard, the honor of permanently removing the glass locking up black hair care products.
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Learning About Racism - Superstore Season 6 Episode 5

Learning About Racism - Superstore Season 6 Episode 5

Dina (Lauren Ash) participates in a meeting that she asked Garrett to host.
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A Step in the Right Direction - Superstore Season 6 Episode 5

A Step in the Right Direction - Superstore Season 6 Episode 5

Garrett (Colton Dunn) talking to Dina at the end of the day.
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Changing Policy - Superstore Season 6 Episode 5

Changing Policy - Superstore Season 6 Episode 5

Jonah (Ben Feldman), Mateo (Nico Santos), Cheyenne (Nichole Sakura), and Garrett (Colton Dunn) during the daily breakroom meeting.
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Taking the Lead - Superstore

Taking the Lead - Superstore

Garrett takes the lead in fighting systemic racism at the store on Superstore. "Hair Care Products" is the fifth episode of the show's sixth season.
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Superstore Season 6 Episode 5 Quotes

Garrett: You do realize the hair products thing isn't the end of racism? It's not even the end of racism in the store.
Dina: Oh, is this because Karen started here last week? Because she's willing to go by Jill.
Garrett: What? No! Don't you think it's messed up that we've never had a black district manager? Or that the employee handbook limits our hair length to three inches in diameter? That basically means no afros.
Dina: I guess I just never thought about any of this stuff. I mean, you've never brought it up before.
Garrett: It's not my job to call out every racist thing I come up against! It's my job to announce sales and pretend not to notice when people return used swimsuits.

Oh yeah, it takes a lot of courage to make a gesture this small this late in the game.

Garrett