The Supreme Court of Jamaica has ruled in favor of a school that demanded a student cut her dreadlocks over "hygiene" reasons in order to attend classes.
Refusing to hire someone because of their dreadlocks is legal, according to a ruling from the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
A federal appeals court ruled that banning an employee from wearing dreadlocks is not racial discrimination. The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals dismissed a case brought by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Chastity Jones, a black woman in Alabama refused to cut off her locs as a condition of employment with an insurance company. Essence.com reported, the EEOC […]
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A video captures a Black woman confronting a White Man about his dreadlocks, accusing him of cultural appropriation. The incident happened on San Francisco State University's campus. School officials are investigating.
Isaiah Freeman's family is disappointed in their son's Virginia private school after they told the student he had to cut his dreadlocks if he wanted to stay at the institution.
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