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    Kara B

    It upsets me that this little girl faced such blatant discrimination. I do not find it coincidental that mostly black hairstyles are banned from the school. Why are dreadlocks and afros considered to be “faddish styles,” anyway? It is black hair in its natural state. Just in my experience as a mixed girl, black hair has been deemed unacceptable for countless generations unless maintained through chemical alterations.

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    hernanday oleary

    Do you really want to be going to this kind of school anyways? It is better to withdraw from racist white society, build our own black society, with blacktowns like the chinese got chinatowns. stop integrating, start aggregating, and use your aggregate power to perform actons you cannot do on your own. A single finger is weak and can be smashed by a brick, 4 fingers

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