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Free Book Promotion – Natural Hair in the Workplace: What Are Your Rights?

Free Book Promotion – Natural Hair in the Workplace: What Are Your Rights?

Greetings! I am giving away a free copy of Natural Hair in the Workplace: What Are Your Rights? (https://www.amazon.com/Natural-Hair-Workplace-What-Rights/dp/1535311746) to the person who likes the Natural Hair and the Law Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/naturalhairandthelaw/?fref=tsand submits the funniest hair story to this posting. I have transitioning medium length hair! While I am going through the “natural hair journey,” I will often wear hair units or wigs. My funny hair story is a hairstylist in LA who has A List celebrity clients told me that she would consider transforming one my wigs to change the curl pattern. Then she sent a text a week later to inform that she was too busy with her TV show clients to finish the wig. In a moment of frustration, I stated if you can’t do it, so be it. She gave me 24 hours to pick up the wig or it would be thrown in the garbage. I didn’t really think she would toss it and negotiated for the trimmings or else. A week later after no follow up correspondence, I waived a white flag and kindly asked where is the wig? She responded, “in the garbage”. Oh my, she won the wig war!



Tracy Sanders is an attorney, author, and speaker in Los Angeles, California. She earned a Juris Doctor degree at the Syracuse University College of Law in 2002, Master of Public Administration degree at the University of South Carolina in 1998, and Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science at the University of South Carolina in 1995.

Tracy enjoys yoga, traveling, and community service. She is particularly interested in community service initiatives to help young people achieve their education and career goals.

Tracy has made TV appearances on networks such as ABC, FOX, MSNBC, WE, and TLC.


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