The country calls DeKalb Schools racially insensitive for banning hairstyles at Narvie Harris Elementary.
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I am fascinated that the administration would say these hairstyles are not acceptable. I also find it interesting the country calls this racial profiling and racially insensitive. Perhaps somebody can help me understand. I suspect this touches on larger racial issues in our culture.
Narvie J. Harris Theme ES
The Narvie Harris theme school concept was built to relieve overcrowding in surrounding schools, to offer parents a choice of educational programs, and to provide a diversity of educational opportunities. All the elementary schools in the area are roughly at 90% capacity, almost 100% black, and are all academically failing.
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