Posted on · Darryl George, a 17-year-old student at Barbers Hill High School in Mont Belvieu, has been serving an in-school suspension since Aug. 31 because school district officials say his dreadlocks violate their dress code. George's family accuses Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and Attorney General Ken Paxton of failing to enforce the CROWN Act, a new state law outlawing racial discrimination based on hairstyles.
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Posted on · The district's grooming policy and discipline sparked national attention, as the students and many advocates called it an example of hair discrimination.
Posted on · DeAndre Arnold, 18, gained national attention when the black Houston-area teenager was told the length of his dreadlocks violated school policy.