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femestella: California Gov. Gavin Newsom has officially signed the Crown Act (Creating a Respectful and Open World for Natural Hair) into law banning employers and schools from discriminating against natural hair. Yes, a law was passed that made the hair that naturally grows from Black people’s heads legal. According to beauty brand Dove, who has been the Crown Act’s biggest supporter, Black women are 50% more likely to be sent home from work because of their hairstyle. And they’re 80% more likely to change their hair by straightening or relaxing it so they can be more accepted by their peers at work. It sucks that our hair has been judged so much that we needed a law to protect us from discrimination. But maybe white people who wear traditional Black hairstyles will finally realize that their “it’s just hair” argument is completely invalid. Continue reading : No, It's Not 'Just Hair': Why We Need Laws to Protect Us Against Black Hair Discrimination MOST READ A Complete Timeline of 'Stranger Things' Couple Natalia Dyer and Charlie Heaton's Relationship in Photos Pervert Tries to Sexualize Billie Eilish, Twitter Takes Him Down 'The Hills' Audrina Patridge On Her Abusive Ex: 'I Gave Up Everything For Man Who Treated Me Like Sh*t 5 Women on What It's Like to Be Raped by a Boyfriend 'Good Girls': Loving Beth and Rio's Relationship Makes Me Feel Like a Bad Feminist femestella: California Gov. Gavin Newsom has officially signed the Crown Act (Creating a Respectful and Open World for Natural Hair) into law banning employers and schools from discriminating against natural hair. Yes, a law was passed that made the hair that naturally grows from Black people’s heads legal. According to beauty brand Dove, who has been the Crown Act’s biggest supporter, Black women are 50% more likely to be sent home from work because of their hairstyle. And they’re 80% more likely to change their hair by straightening or relaxing it so they can be more accepted by their peers at work. It sucks that our hair has been judged so much that we needed a law to protect us from discrimination. But maybe white people who wear traditional Black hairstyles will finally realize that their “it’s just hair” argument is completely invalid. Continue reading
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ayeshanura: prolicidal: envyadams: This Man Did Something That’s Already Expected Of Women But He Gets Extra Praise Cause He’s A Man No. A lot of women don’t go to cosmetology classes to learn how to do hair, they have the experience from growing up-their mom doing their hair, Then experimenting which what they can do themselves. This guy probably had short hair his entire life with no clue on what to do. He didn’t just look up how to do a ponytail, he paid for actual classes so that he could do his little daughters hair in cool and creative ways so that SHE gets the learning experience and learns how to do it her own and then can go to school with fabulous. This is A+ daddy right here, he went above and beyond because he knows that he lack in certain areas where a mom would pick this up. Please don’t destroy nice things that men do simply because they are men and you want to hate them. Please don’t destroy nice things that men do simply because they are men and you want to hate them. Shots fired. : This Single Dad Had A Cosmetology Lesson So He Could Give His Little Girl Fabulous Hairstyles ayeshanura: prolicidal: envyadams: This Man Did Something That’s Already Expected Of Women But He Gets Extra Praise Cause He’s A Man No. A lot of women don’t go to cosmetology classes to learn how to do hair, they have the experience from growing up-their mom doing their hair, Then experimenting which what they can do themselves. This guy probably had short hair his entire life with no clue on what to do. He didn’t just look up how to do a ponytail, he paid for actual classes so that he could do his little daughters hair in cool and creative ways so that SHE gets the learning experience and learns how to do it her own and then can go to school with fabulous. This is A+ daddy right here, he went above and beyond because he knows that he lack in certain areas where a mom would pick this up. Please don’t destroy nice things that men do simply because they are men and you want to hate them. Please don’t destroy nice things that men do simply because they are men and you want to hate them. Shots fired.

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These photographers are exhibiting work that challenges African-American stereotypes. Tap the link in our bio to see more of these stunning images. Alanna Airitam looks at the absence of black people in the history of Western art, inviting African-Americans to pose in the style of classic Dutch portraiture. Endia Beal positions her models against a fake traditional office setting. The artist's experience of working in mostly white corporate workplaces includes people talking behind her back and making comments about her hair. Medina Dugger experiments with historical and imagined hairstyles inspired by Nigerian photographer JD 'Okhai Ojeikere, who spent 40 years creating black and white photographic studies of African women's hairstyles. PHOTO 1: Queen Mary, 2017, by Alanna Airitam alannaairitam PHOTO 2: Dapper Dan, 2017, by Alanna Airitam PHOTO 3: Sabrina and Katrina, 2015, by Endia Beal (@endia_beal) PHOTO 4: Blue Coiling Penny Penny, 2017, by Medina Dugger (@medinadugger) All images courtesy Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago (@edelmangallery) art artistsofinstagram photography portraitphotography africanamericans african bbcnews: These photographers are exhibiting work that challenges African-American stereotypes. Tap the link in our bio to see more of these stunning images. Alanna Airitam looks at the absence of black people in the history of Western art, inviting African-Americans to pose in the style of classic Dutch portraiture. Endia Beal positions her models against a fake traditional office setting. The artist's experience of working in mostly white corporate workplaces includes people talking behind her back and making comments about her hair. Medina Dugger experiments with historical and imagined hairstyles inspired by Nigerian photographer JD 'Okhai Ojeikere, who spent 40 years creating black and white photographic studies of African women's hairstyles. PHOTO 1: Queen Mary, 2017, by Alanna Airitam alannaairitam PHOTO 2: Dapper Dan, 2017, by Alanna Airitam PHOTO 3: Sabrina and Katrina, 2015, by Endia Beal (@endia_beal) PHOTO 4: Blue Coiling Penny Penny, 2017, by Medina Dugger (@medinadugger) All images courtesy Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago (@edelmangallery) art artistsofinstagram photography portraitphotography africanamericans african bbcnews

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