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Gabrielle Union, Keke Palmer, Uzo Aduba Share Their Hair Discrimination Stories With Glamour Magazine

Hair struggles is one thing all black women can relate to, globally.

Women have always, always, had to deal with societal pressures to look a certain way. But if you’re Black in America, the stakes of that pressure are higher: Conformity is, often, a means of survival”, writes Glamour Magazine.

To shed more light on the subject, Glamour asked Gabrielle Union, Keke Palmer, Marsai Martin, and Uzo Aduba—black celebrities who champion the cause against hair discrimination to amplify their stories with their latest issue.


Within America, save for only seven states who’s made it illegal, discrimination against protective styles like locs, braids, knots, or twists go unchecked. “That number should be 50. Together we have the power to end it. To demand that the Crown (Creating a Respectful and Open World for Natural Hair) Act get passed…”

Also read:
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-Taraji P. Henson Is Showing Naturalistas How To Style Their Own Hair In Quarantine 
-10 Protective Hairstyles You Can Try This Weekend

Glamour says:

The Crown Act is a culmination of decades of resistance by Black women against the bigoted assumptions about hair. The law, first passed in California in July of last year, bans race-based hair discrimination in workplaces, schools, and housing—something that’s still perfectly legal to do in all but seven states

Watch the video below


Read the full issue HERE.


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