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Fox’s Our Kind of People Focuses on Black Hair Culture

As a Black woman, I like to experiment with my hair. I enjoy box braids, faux locs, Senegalese twists, fulani braids, and my most worn hairstyle: textured pixies. Unfortunately, like many other Black women, I am often falsely judged on my appearance based on my hair — especially in the workforce. Former bosses and colleagues have directly (and indirectly) referred …

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