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Sen. Sarah Anthony plans to reintroduce bill to protect against hair-based discrimination

Democratic state Senator Sarah Anthony plans to reintroduce legislation that would protect Black Michiganders from hair-based discrimination.


Four years ago, as a state representative, Anthony introduced the CROWN Act into the Michigan Legislature.


CROWN stands for "Creating a Respectful and Open World for Natural Hair" and is part of a national movement. 20 other states have similar laws on the books.


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Janice Harris
Janice Harris
Aug 04, 2023

It is about time. I was told back in the 70s that I could not wear braids on my job driving the bus for the city of Detroit because it would be identifying with my race. Huh, did it mean if I wore my hair in straight I would

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eric meyers
eric meyers
Jun 11, 2023

WITH ALL THE CORRUPTION GOING ON STATE WIDE< THIS IS WHAT YOU ARE WORRIED ABOUT. YOU PEOPLE ARE INSANE. GO ASK ELIZABETH HERTEL WHY SHE REFUSES TO STEP AND HELP ME WITH A $2,100 FOOD STAMP OVERPAYMENT. GOOD BYE YOU CLUELESS AND SELF SERVING ASS NECKS.

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