Why the Hair-Shaming of Young Black Girls is a Criminal Offense
Ezinne Ukoha

They just couldn't fathom how I was able to leave the house with my hair in the state that it was made to be in.

Rebel without a plait?

I cannot know what it is/was to be you as I have no yardstick, but the more I read of your life and response, the more respect I have for you.

Go well.

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