Where Do Locks Come From? White Student Confronted About Cultural Appropriation Gets a Quick History Lesson

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After being confront by a Black fellow SF State student, Corey Goldstein, a white man responded denying that his hairstyle was not cultural appropriation. Goldstein said that dreadlocks were not an important part of “Colored People’s” culture. He also makes historical references to the origins of locked hair while seeming aloof to the fact that the people he were referring to are “People of Color”

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