Governor Greg Abbott signed The Texas CROWN Act into law on Saturday. The CROWN Act, which stands for Creating a Respectful and Open World for Natural Hair, prohibits discrimination based on hair texture or protective hairstyle associated with race. The push for the governor to sign the bill came after Barbers Hill High School suspended De’Andre Arnold because of the length of his locs. They told him if he didn’t cut them, he wouldn’t be able to walk at graduation or attend his prom.
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