Kentucky High School Bans Dreadlocks, Cornrows and Twists — And Gets Called Out for It

Published on Aug 04,2016
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While celebrities are looking for ways to adopt black hairstyles, schools are looking for ways to ban them. Butler Traditional High School in Louisville, Kentucky shocked some parents when they distributed a dress code that banned students from sporting "dreadlocks, cornrows and twists." The code also banned extreme hair colors and highlighting on girls and any hair coloring for boys.  "We feel that a student's academic success is directly correlated to appropriate attire and appearance," the dress code reads. Kentucky State Representative-elect Attica Scott slammed the dress code.
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