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The meaning of black hair

Ani-ya Beasley, Editor

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For today’s black youth, their hair is not just hair, It’s more than that – It’s our culture and a way for us to express ourselves. Black hair has always been a worldwide controversial issue, so I took the liberty of going around FHS and ask black students what their hair meant to them.

 

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Ani-ya Beasley, Editor
My name is Ani-ya Beasley, I am a second-year reporter and now an editor. I’m an athlete. I’ve played many sports and I’m on the debate team. I also love Beyonce!
Madeline Mitchell, Photographer
Class of 2020. FHS Soccer. Twin.
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2 Responses to “The meaning of black hair”

  1. Kelli Doss on May 1st, 2018 1:43 pm

    That is Amani Wilson, not Watson. Jusy fyi. 🙂

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    Ani-ya Reply:

    Thank You! I just now noticed that I got it wrong!

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