Every one in six children with afro-textured hair are being ‘discriminated against at school, according to a report from the charity World Afro Day. World Afro Day organisers are worried that some school hair policies can negatively affect children with afro-textured hair. The investigation, led by De Montfort University Leicester, showed a 66% rise in…
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