I understand the division and self righteous indignation and trust me, it's tiring. Truth is, it's basically a choice on how some people decide to wear their hair. And yes, if we don't accept our hair, who will? Thanks Toyorsiii for dropping by.
Thanks AB x MeeMee for your contribution to the debate. I agree. The school would have no choice now but to do the right thing. The screenshot in question is obviously a whatsapp message. It was screen grabbed and tweeted as a response to the #StopRacismAtPretoriaGirlsHigh. So in our opinion, it's relevant to the discourse. I hope I clarified that.
Somehow, I knew you'd say something. I'm glad you agree with us. Thanks for commenting.
Esther, you're so right. We have more important issues to tackle. What's stopping you from heralding a change, though? You can, in your own little way.
Exactly our position. We all have a right to a natural or straightened hair. Thanks for commenting.
Dozie, you're right. It has to stop. Thanks for lending your voice to the discourse.
Thanks Lina. In fact, no braids, bantu knots or dreadlocks o. I'm proud of the girls too.