Is it abuse of authority when T&T schools enforce hair style restrictions on kids?


Recently the education ministry of Trinidad and Tobago announced strict hair style policies for students, focusing primarily on the high school level since they tend to desire to be trendy, with the purpose of curbing the multiple styles which the adults apparently consider unkempt and anti sociable. To many parents, it's just a government overreach at an almost dictatorship level.

To claim that the hair style of a 16 year old black male is going to define his future as a criminal is totally based in elitist bias and leaning towards the slave master ideology of what black people's appearance should be in order for social acceptance. This nonsense must be removed from the minds of black older black folks who apparently are hooked on standards enforced by Euro invaders.