Race, Discriminatory Grooming, and Intersectionality in Employment Practices: A Brief Observation by T. Hasan Johnson, Ph.D.

Doing some research and thought I’d share a random bit of information. At a recent lecture I attended, a Black Feminist remarked that only Black women suffered workplace discrimination due to hair. In the name of intersectionality, she argued that because they were Black and women, that no other demographic lost their jobs due to this unique issue—including Black men—and thus Black women were uniquely oppressed.