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

“And we understand now, more than ever that the experiences written on our skin and twisted into our hair are valuable and unique and it doesn’t matter whether or others want to acknowledge them. We know we matter. Race matters.”

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