Marsai Martin, Keke Palmer, Gabrielle Union, and Uzo Aduba have joined forces with Glamour to shed light on hair discrimination from the perspective of Black women across the United States.

Black women have long been discriminated against because of hair — be it through commentary on their coily, natural curls, or straight-up being denied employment opportunities. Black hair is deemed everything from unprofessional to messy in society, and that takes a toll on the women who sport their natural curls. It’s an issue that often leaves Black women feeling like they need to shy away from their natural hair and have straight hair. But we are done with that. 

Glamour’s September issue, dubbed “Our Hair,” gives Black women they voice they’ve longed for, working alongside the Crown Coalition to bring awareness to the judgment and biases that Black women deal with because…

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