In South Africa, Black Schoolgirls Fight For Their Natural Hair
At South Africa's Pretoria High School for Girls, black students say the dress code is discriminatory. They're protesting to wear Afros at school.By Jamal Andress | August 29, 2016
A group of black girls in South Africa are fighting to wear their hair naturally.
"The system did not allow for black girls to have Afros. It wasn't written in the code of conduct, but they tell you your hair is very untidy and it's not appropriate with the school uniform," a former student of Pretoria High School for Girls said.