Awarded $250k because Blond streaks Don’t Look Natural on African-American Women

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According to The Root:

A Maryland arbitrator found that the restaurant chain violated Farryn Johnson’s civil rights when it reprimanded her for wearing blond streaks in her hair.

Johnson wore her hair how she wanted anyway, and said that little by little, she began to be punished for wearing her blond streaks. First, her hours were cut, and then, eventually, she was let go.

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Read more: Former Hooters Waitress Farryn Johnson Awarded $250,000 in Blond Hair Streaks Discrimination Lawsuit – The Root$250k Because Blond streaks Don’t Look Natural on African-American Women

 

 

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