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A Great Divide in the Locked Community? mmgeorge

Locked & Professional: Divided Allegiance  mmgeorge©2016





Within the social spectrum space, I abide in a closely knit community. A community where brother greets sister with a familiarity that resonates inwardly and outwardly. Unspoken glances whisper of community, commitment, an acknowledgement that transcends words as eyes meet, eyebrow uplifts, corner of mouth parts a head nod signifies an awareness that those within understand best. At the least, there is an acknowledgement of existence  within this complex universe. I have an adopted family, a place that I fit, a body of people that get me, without pause nor concern; without bias. READ MORE!.....CLICK HERE


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What to do When It’s Legal to Discriminate Against Workers with Dreadlocks(Locked Hair):

A Knotty Perspective
MMicheleGeorge©2016


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What Appellate Court District 11 Ruling Means for persons with Dreadlocks in the Workplace

Series I: What the Dreadlock Ban Means to You as a Working Person of Color in America
mmgeorge©2016


This section will host information about locked hair in the workplace. This issue is personal and I can't be silent. September, 2016 the 11th District Court Ruled 3-0 that an individual with dreadlocks has no protective rights. An employer can now choose to not hire me because of dreadlocks or fire me because of them. Please be aware that most of us live in an at will state, meaning if said person wears yellow on Tuesday and someone hates yellow on Tuesday, said person can be fired. READ MORE! CLICK HERE

What Appellate Court District 11 Ruling Means for persons with Dreadlocks in the Workplace

Series I: What the Dreadlock Ban Means to You as a Working Person of Color in America
mmgeorge©2016


This section will host information about locked hair in the workplace. This issue is personal and I can't be silent. September, 2016 the 11th District Court Ruled 3-0 that an individual with dreadlocks has no protective rights. An employer can now choose to not hire me because of dreadlocks or fire me because of them. Please be aware that most of us live in an at will state, meaning if said person wears yellow on Tuesday and someone hates yellow on Tuesday, said person can be fired. READ MORE! CLICK HERE



​The Knotty Truth Series of Books can be purchased online at various outlets including Amazon.com or Createspace.com.