It also bar schools from creating any policy that “impairs or prohibits” natural hairstyles. The bill passed 155-0. It now has to go through the State Senate for deliberation.
If adopted, Massachusetts would be the 15th state to embrace language commonly referred to as CROWN Act (Creating a Respectful and Open World for Natural Hair).
This legislation advances antidiscrimination on the basis of texture, style or appearance of a person’s hair.
Should you be experiencing hair discrimination in Massachusetts, contact the Law Offices of Renee Lazar at 978-84-4095 for a FREE one hour no obligation consultation.