“We were told that our hair ‘doesn’t represent the school.'”

GraceTahbisa

Grace & Tahbisa “We were told that our hair doesn’t represent the school,” 

“NOT AGAIN”…..was my reaction to another article like Caleb Ernst’s story in yesterday’s paper. Two stories in two days about schools right here in Victoria, Australia, my home state. As a primary school teacher, I have never come across such an outrageous demand from a school. I have again (like I did for Caleb) written to the journalist expressing my support and concern for the girls. I will be sending some AfroShe® products to the girls via their school. If you are reading this and you feel like showing your support, you can do so by writing directly to the school or to the journalist Henrietta Cook at The Age -Victoria

Read Grace & Tahbisa’s story

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Author: AfroShe

I'm Ruth the founder and owner of AfroShe®-all natural, handmade and chemical-free hair and skin care products.

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