The songwriter India Arie, in 2005, attempted to explain that “I am not my hair”. In other words, my hair is a part of who I am, yet it is not all I am inside. However, lately across America, our young African American boys are being targeted for their haircuts. Not to mention, young African American girls are also being singled out because of their braids and natural hairstyles. School districts are using unethical practices of making these young boys of color fill in their parts with markers. Another school district taking the time to make an “appropriate verse inappropriate” hairstyle poster at meet the teacher. Yet, all of the above is not equitable to culture or individual expression.

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