What if It’s Not a Hair Problem??
She was “forced to sit next to a million white females who would play with their hair” throughout her high school years at a private school, claimed her younger brother on Facebook. They change their ponytails a million times a day. Not a single item was brought up.
Because of his lack of interest in the school’s diversity initiatives, he was told by the principal that the problem was with his hairdo and that it was preventing him from being admitted. His next words were, “This decision will unfairly harm black children,” an exhortation to viewers to spread the film around.