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Oklahoma School Says Girl’s Dreadlocks Are Not “Presentable”

The parents of Tiana Parker, 7, removed her from Deborah Brown Charter School in Oklahoma after the school told their daughter that her dreadlocks were not “presentable.” State legislators are coordinating a review of the school’s hair policy. The school bans afros, mohawks, and other “faddish” styles in its dress code.  (Photo: Courtesy of Tiana Parker Family)

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