Black Hair in the Workplace-Pt.2

Black Hair in the WorkPlace-Pt.2Episode 25–Black Hair in the Workplace-Pt.2

Black Hair in the Workplace-Pt.2 features a discussion with Georgia legislator, Senator Anderson. She shares why she decided to file SB 286, also known as the ‘Crown Act’, to combat hair-based discrimination. 

We discuss and recount several stories in the news about black women and men who have suffered discrimination because of wearing their hair naturally. We talk about how to effectively get the message about hair-based discrimination into the public forum.  Finally, Senator Anderson shares ways that we, as a community, can get involved and make a difference.

 

 

Black Hair in the Workplace-Pt.2

Senator Anderson is a Georgia legislator who lives in Lithonia and represents Senate District 43. She has also proudly served as the Mayor of the City of Lithonia.

Senator Anderson also served for over two decades in the United States Air Force Reserve. While there, she earned distinction as a Technical Sergeant. During that time, she rose through the ranks to be named candidate for Reserve Chaplain.

She is a graduate of Alabama State University and she also earned a Master of Divinity from Luther Rice College and Seminary. 

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