Tag: Minnesota

Natural Hair Braiding, The Head-Wrap, and HEALTH

Okay, today is Day 2, Monday’s HEALTH and it is on Bacteria. Why is it disrespectful to call a Headwrap a Scarf? I will ✋ wait and count from one to 30 again. Okay, let’s get started in 1862 the oppression began to order black slave women to wear scarfs

Should Natural Hair Braiding Stylist Use a Sew-In Needle Without Regulation?

This is an open discussion by Aircheria Bell of the Iowa Institute for Justice Natural Hair Braiding lawsuit. Her case against the Board of Cosmetology in Iowa formed the legislation for the registration of Natural Hair Brading in Iowa. She asked that I join her FaceBook LIVE to have a

No! to HF140 Hair Braider Registration REPEAL

#SuperNaturals, #BlackWomen & #ADOS @RenaMoran NO! To REPEAL but Establish HF140 in MN is set precedents for #NaturalHairCareLicense and #NaturalHair use of #OSHA #NeedleStickAct while doing #SewIn weaves! Can you tell me who has HIV? HPV? Or any other Blood-Borne Pathogens? #OSHA and the #NeedleStickAct has a direct set of

Natural Hair Braiding Registration REPEAL in Minnesota

Please understand the Natural Hair Care and Braiding Licensees started in Minnesota. The Minnesota Statues sets presidency for ALL states registrations and laws. Please join us in the fight to KEEP the Natural Hair Care and Braiding occupational licensing laws. Here is the link to HF 140 Hair Braiders Registration

The Worst Case of Traction Alopecia and Ignorance I Have Ever Seen!

Edge Control did NOT do this horrific damage to her hair. People, please stop using too much GLUE on your #NaturalHair.It’s being pulled right out of your DAMN heads! Since The Institute for Justice has been so vocal about no enforcement of Natural Hair Braiding salon and the tragic appearances

Iowa’s Future of the Natural Hair Braiding Registration

Hey #SuperNaturals, The New York Times has reported that Cosmetology Schools in Iowa cost $21,000 and it’s the primary income for the schools. The article when on to claim that the students are worked as if their at a full-time job. The New York Times stated: “The second stream is

Politics Beauty & Barber Industry Day 2019 in Tennessee

Why Are We In Tennessee? “Licensed Beauty and Barber Professionals, WE must organize and be strategic in order to help protect our clients and strengthen our professional license. There are blatant attacks to deregulate our industry, lower our standards and put our clients in harms way. This can’t happen. WE must organize and fight back. Tamara Johnson-Shealey, Senior Advocate at Politics

Tennessee Natural Hair Braiding

Derailed Legislation Rep. Parkinson derailed hair-care legislation that would have changed the state’s laws dramatically for the industry. A Republican-sponsored bill would have removed licensing requirements for natural-hair-care stylists such as braiders, and it would have combined barber and cosmetology licenses, creating what Parkinson called “adverse” business and public health

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