By Norm Bond, BlackEconomicDevelopment.com
In 2001, Sid Credle, Dean of the Business School at Hampton University mandated a ban on cornrows or dreadlocks for male students in the MBA program. The controversial ban continues even today.
In his world, cornrows and dreadlocks, which have been worn for 35,000 years in African culture, are not a part of African American history. Credle says, ”I mean Charles Drew didn’t wear it, Muhammad Ali didn’t wear it. Martin Luther King didn’t…Read full post