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Reply to "Kentucky High School’s Racist Hair Policy That Bans ‘Dreadlocks, Cornrolls, and Twists’ Sparks Controversy"

I'm not saying that people's hair in Kemet or any other African culture was unclean, I'm saying that some cultural practices of shaving the hair was because it was viewed as unclean, [i.e., could possibly attract parasites, etc.].

I can't specify a particular tribe or date or tradition or ritual, but it is something I've read in the past, and if I'm able to locate or run across that information again, I'll post it.  

 

 

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