Michigan employers would be banned from discriminating against people based on how they wear their hair under legislation introduced in the state House this week. House Bill 4811, sponsored by Rep. Sarah Anthony, D-Lansing, would add language into the state’s Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act to include hair texture and protective hairstyles as “traits historically associated with race.”
Freddie Smith: I cant believe the state is wasting my tax dollars on something as dumb as this. " I wasnt going to hire you because of your haircut, but with this new bill I guess I will"" what a joke
gone cray: Some hair styles like dread locks are not discriminated against as is the hair itself can be a health hazard for some jobs especially in the food industry
Shiloh Green: Rhe same way that you're supposed to dress professional, wear your hair in a professional manner.