“To You It’s Unprofessional, To Me It’s Magnificent”: The Crown Act Is Fighting Racist Hair Discrimination with ’20-’21 JC/PRP Fellow Kimberly Fayette

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THE PUBLIC sat down with Justice Catalyst/Public Rights Project Joint Fellow Kimberly Fayette ‘20-’21 to discuss the history of Black and brown hair discrimination and Fayette’s advocacy fighting against these discriminatory practices with the New York City Commission on Human Rights. To read the full article, please click here. 

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