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Bias Against Natural Hair Limits Opportunities for Black Women, Study Suggests

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Shanon Lee is a Contributor for DAME Magazine, Forbes and The Lily at The Washington Post. She has a background in mental health and writes about health, wellness, parenting, race, and culture for numerous publications.

Andrea Rice is an award-winning journalist and a freelance writer, editor, and fact checker specializing in health and wellness.

Bailey Mariner / Verywell Recent evidence published in Social Psychological and Personality Science upholds long-held claims that Black women with straightened hair, and white women, are treated more favorably in the workplace than Black women wearing natural hairstyles. More importantly, the evidence suggests bias against Black women wearing natural hairstyles, which can have a negative impact

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