Jeff Johnson On Three Headlines That Bugged Him This Week

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  • Jeff Johnson talks with the crew about the  three headlines that bugged him this week:

    1.Hampton University's dreadlock and braids ban

    2.New Lebron Sneakers that cost $315 dollars

    3. Black Voters staying home in voting for President Barack Obama this campaign
     

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    3 thoughts on “Jeff Johnson On Three Headlines That Bugged Him This Week

    1. I’m 58 years old and I remember the remarks made concerning my afro but none made about someone’s processed hair. I wonder when we as a community will start promoting us rather than conforming us. Major celebrities like TJMS (I respect them the highest) have a bald head and years past that would have been a blythe on whether they would have been successful or not. Dreads and braids should not be discriminated against and although I must say that you must discuss how it will not be easy going. I do not think education institutions should be the judge of whether this is appropriate or not.

    2. Dreadlocks and Braids
      I’m 58 years old and I remember the remarks made concerning my afro but none made about someone’s processed hair. I wonder when we as a community will start promoting us rather than conforming us. Major celebrities like TJMS (I respect them the highest) have a bald head and years past that would have been a blythe on whether they would have been successful or not. Dreads and braids should not be discriminated against and although I must say that you must discuss how it will not be easy going. I do not think education institutions should be the judge of whether this is appropriate or not.

    3. Dreadlocks and Braids
      I’m 58 years old and I remember the remarks made concerning my afro but none made about someone’s processed hair. I wonder when we as a community will start promoting us rather than conforming us. Major celebrities like TJMS (I respect them the highest) have a bald head and years past that would have been a blythe on whether they would have been successful or not. Dreads and braids should not be discriminated against and although I must say that you must discuss how it will not be easy going. I do not think education institutions should be the judge of whether this is appropriate or not.

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