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Confidence Built Since Maryland’s CROWN Act Took Effect

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By JOHN-JOHN WILLIAMS IV, The Baltimore Banner

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BALTIMORE (AP) — When Stephanie M. Smith was an undergraduate school scholar in Virginia, an older Black man approached her in a grocery store and made a vital remark about her newly self-locked pure hair.

“He mentioned, ‘You didn’t do this to your hair on goal?’ Just me gallivanting upon with my life was so unacceptable to him,” recalled Smith, now a state delegate representing town of Baltimore. “It’s not simply non-Black individuals who have this internalized hatred. Plenty of Black folks have absorbed this poison.”

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Smith, who’s Black, efficiently pushed in 2020 for Maryland lawmakers to move the Creating a Respectful and Open World for Natural Hair Act, which bans employment discrimination on the idea of racial perceptions relating to hair texture or kinds corresponding to Afros, locks and braids. Prior to the CROWN Act taking impact in October 2020, Black folks might face employment loss or punishment in fields corresponding to legislation enforcement, the airline business and the armed companies.

“As an individual who wears my hair in locks, quite a lot of time folks don’t understand the emotional labor that individuals put in in order that they don’t seem to be discriminated towards within the office,” she mentioned, recalling tales of how her fellow Black feminine legal professionals would agonize over put on their hair throughout image day on the agency.

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Smith mentioned the passage of comparable legal guidelines in New York and California prompted her to introduce laws in Maryland. “It’s not a beauty situation, it’s a civil rights situation. It’s the following leg within the evolution of the discrimination that has a disproportionate impression on Black and brown folks,” Smith mentioned.

Since the CROWN Act’s passage, Smith mentioned, the eyes of many colleagues have been opened to the extent to which hair has been weaponized. She mentioned she has additionally met with many individuals, from college students to members of girls’s teams, who now really feel extra empowered beneath the safety.

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“It is giving folks a real legal treatment. Before, they might simply brush it off. It is constructing accountability,” she mentioned.

Maryland employers who violate the CROWN Act face penalties that embody, however should not restricted to: financial reduction for the sufferer, together with misplaced/again wages, extra time and precise damages. They may be required to supply coaching for the employer and/or the staff, and to draft or revise anti-discrimination insurance policies for all workers.

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Civil penalties could be imposed beginning at $500 for the primary offense, $1,000 for the second offense and $2,500 for the third offense.

Prior to the legislation’s passage, Baltimore City’s Office of Equity and Civil Rights acquired two complaints referring to hair discrimination. Since the measure handed, the workplace has not acquired a single grievance.

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“The laws has a powerful preemptive impact. The extra schooling we do across the laws, the larger the chance that no worker or job applicant will expertise discrimination due to the best way they put on their hair,” mentioned Caylin Young, the workplace’s deputy director. “The laws additionally helps individualism all through our workforce. Employees and job candidates are free to put on their hair nonetheless they need, and never concern retribution or unfair consideration.”

The Maryland Commission on Civil Rights additionally reported no complaints beneath the brand new legislation.

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Nicki Mayo, a 42-year-old Bowie resident who has labored in broadcast journalism for greater than twenty years, recalled the ache of her early years on air, when she was inspired to put on her hair in a Eurocentric method.

“I want the CROWN Act was round after I bought out of faculty in 2001,” mentioned Mayo, who at present works on-air for exhibits on TV One and Oxygen. She is now the editor at giant for Black Women Unmuted, a platform devoted to Black girls and politics.

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“All of my work in small markets on-air had consultants come and inform us look,” she added. “I had a everlasting relaxer on the time. They had completely different recommendation for me yearly. They instructed me to place weave in, or colours that weren’t pure to my pores and skin hue. I used to be by no means inspired to go pure. That hurts when you’re not making quite a lot of money and you are attempting to do the perfect with wardrobe, and they’re coming after you for the hair that’s naturally popping out of your head.”

Now, she loves carrying her pure curls on-air.

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“They (curls) are daring and glossy and it actually appears like me for as soon as,” mentioned Mayo, who labored at Baltimore station WMAR from 2012 to 2014 and is a previous president of the Baltimore Association of Black Journalists. “The reality that almost all of my on-air work now’s on a Black community, I really feel so proud that I’m carrying my pure hair on a Black community. I like the mainstreamness of all of it. That is simply so wild to me.”

Smith mentioned she felt sorry for the older man who years in the past disparaged her coiffure within the grocery retailer. She believes he was conditioned to imagine that pure hairstyles had been unacceptable. She additionally realizes that if she didn’t have such a powerful sense of self, his phrases might have been damning to her spirit.

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“It might have been so chilling,” she mentioned. “It might have made me cease (carrying my hair like that).”

Smith mentioned she needs white folks to know that “what’s most vital about an individual — your worker, colleague, classmates — is what’s inside their head, not on their head. I additionally need them to know that what this legislation is doing is increasing the definition of discrimination to guard pure Black hair and protecting hairstyles.”

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The passage of the CROWN Act in Maryland has affected businesses — notably within the magnificence business.

Celebrity hairstylist Ericka Cherrie estimates that fifty% of the purchasers at her Baltimore salon, Create The Beautiful Salon, have pure hairstyles.

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Prior to the legislation, quite a few her purchasers wouldn’t show pure hairstyles. One went as far as “hiding” her dreadlocks beneath a wig whereas at work.

“Now individuals are extra comfy to say, ‘This is who I’m,’” mentioned Cherrie, who has executed the hair of a number of members of TV’s “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” in addition to at quite a few New York Fashion Week exhibits corresponding to these of Marc Jacobs and LaQuan Smith. “Women who wore perms for years needed to be pure and felt as if they couldn’t due to work and the way folks would react.”

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Celebrity hairstylist Edward Harvey has witnessed an 85% soar in purchasers carrying pure hairstyles because the CROWN Act handed in Maryland.

“Ethnic girls from all cultures have started to embrace their curls earlier than it was frowned upon within the office or deemed as unprofessional,” mentioned Harvey, a Baltimore resident who’s a key hairstylist for OCTET Productions in Washington, D.C. His purchasers have included rapper Remy Ma; comic and actress Sherri Shepherd; and actress Victoria Rowell. “Men and girls have started to lock their (hair) and put on stylish ethnic hairstyles corresponding to coils, fake locks, field braided bobs, bantu knots, large puffs and plenty of buns.”

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Hotel Revival in Baltimore’s Mount Vernon neighborhood just lately added protecting silk bonnets and pillowcases to their present store in an effort to raised serve friends with pure hairstyles. The resort introduced the debut of the merchandise by linking them to the CROWN Act.

“My colleagues at Revival have skilled hair discrimination for themselves, and we’re fed up with fellow hoteliers leaving Black vacationers behind,” mentioned Jason Bass, the resort’s director of tradition and impression. Bass oversaw the addition of the model to the property. “Super Silky Bonnets and Pillowcases are tailor-made to neighborhood members who depend on these necessities to guard and protect their pure hair.”

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In Washington, U.S. Sen. Cory Booker, a New Jersey Democrat, final 12 months reintroduced a invoice to ban discrimination primarily based on hair textures and hairstyles generally related to a selected race or nationwide origin. But Smith believes it’ll solely move within the U.S. Senate if Democrats seize a transparent majority.

“I believe it ought to be the legislation of the land. It shouldn’t be this piecemeal safety,” Smith mentioned. “I need to be optimistic, however let’s be actual.”

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Maryland is now amongst a minimum of 18 states which have accredited a model of the CROWN Act. But debates over hairstyles proceed in different states. Lawsuits have been filed towards Texas college districts over hair and grooming insurance policies, together with in a single district the place two Black teenagers had been instructed to chop their dreadlocks or face in-school suspensions. The ACLU of Texas estimated final 12 months that there have been “outdated and unconstitutional costume codes” at near 500 of the greater than 1,200 college districts within the state, in line with the Texas Tribune.

Black individuals who imagine that they’ve been discriminated towards due to their coiffure can file a grievance with the Maryland Commission on Civil Rights. In Baltimore City, they will contact the Community Relations Commission within the Office of Equity and Civil Rights.

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Warriors 0-6 on Road, Fall to Pelicans With 4 Starters Out

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By BRETT MARTEL, AP Sports Writer

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NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The defending champion Golden State Warriors fell to 0-6 on the street, shedding 114-105 to Brandon Ingram and the New Orleans Pelicans on Friday night time with Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green and Andrew Wiggins sidelined.

Ingram scored 26 factors in his return from a four-game absence due to a concussion and reserve Larry Nance Jr. scored 20 factors for the Pelicans, together with a number of fourth-quarter dunks that saved Golden State at bay. CJ McCollum scored 20 factors and Zion Williamson added 16 for New Orleans.

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Jordan Poole had 20 factors and 9 assists for the Warriors. Kevon Looney was the one common starter in uniform for Golden State’s second sport in two nights on the finish of a winless five-game journey.

The Warriors are 3-7 total. Among Western Conference groups, solely Houston (1-8) has extra losses.

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Curry, Thompson, Green and Wiggins all had been scratched after taking part in the earlier night time in a loss at Orlando.

The Warriors will not be taking part in Thompson on back-to-back nights due to his anterior cruciate ligament and Achilles tendon accidents in 2019 and 2020. Green is beneath related limitations due to a again damage final season. Curry was being rested due to elbow soreness and Wiggins due to a sore left foot.

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A beginning lineup that as an alternative included Poole and fellow guard Moses Moody, together with forwards Anthony Lamb and Jonathan Kuminga, made the sport aggressive into the fourth quarter.

Ty Jerome, who scored 18 factors, hit a 3 to pull the Warriors inside 99-96 earlier than the Pelicans steadily pulled away through the closing six minutes.

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Trey Murphy III’s 3-pointer capped a 7-0 Pelicans spurt that started with Nance’s dunk and layup and made it 111-101 with two minutes to go. Ingram, who additionally had 5 rebounds, 5 assists and two blocks, obtained a standing ovation when he checked out of the sport within the closing minute.

New Orleans led by as many as 11 within the second quarter when Jose Alvarado intercepted Poole’s go and located Williamson for a breakaway, windmill dunk.

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But the Warriors chipped away and trailed 50-49 on James Wiseman’s putback dunk.

Nance scored the ultimate 4 factors of the quarter on a finger roll and dunk, placing the Pelicans up 61-54 at halftime.

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Warriors: Kuminga completed with 18 factors, whereas Lamb scored 16 and Moody had 14. … Went 12 of 32 from 3-point vary. … In addition to the 4 starters who sat, G/F Andre Iguodala (hip) and G Donte DiVincenzo (hamstring) remained inactive. Iguodala has but to play this season, whereas DiVicenzo hasn’t performed since Oct. 23.

Pelicans: Alvarado and Murphy every scored 10 factors and every hit three 3s to assist New Orleans go 12 of 29 from lengthy vary … Shot 50.6% total (41 of 81) and outrebounded Golden State 51-36.

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Warriors coach Steve Kerr stated he appreciates that followers paid “good money” to see gamers on his staff who sat out with the objective of preserving their long-term well being.

“Ultimately the gamers’ well being is the No. 1 consider our staff’s success and even our followers’ satisfaction in the long term,” Kerr stated.

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He added that whereas some absences are unpredictable, “it will be smart” for followers to research schedules of groups they need to see and handle expectations when these groups are taking part in on consecutive nights on the finish of a visit, because the Warriors had been.

“Especially once you get a staff with gamers who’ve previous accidents like we do, or guys who’re superior age-wise,” Kerr stated. “I apologize to any followers on the market who had been hoping to see these guys.”

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Warriors: Host Sacramento on Monday.

Pelicans: Visit Atlanta on Saturday.

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Twitter Slashes Its Staff as Musk Era Takes Hold on Platform

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By BARBARA ORTUTAY and MATT O’BRIEN, AP Technology Writers

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Twitter started widespread layoffs Friday as new proprietor Elon Musk overhauls the corporate, elevating grave issues about chaos enveloping the social media platform and its capacity to struggle disinformation simply days forward of the U.S. midterm elections.

The pace and size of the cuts additionally opened Musk and Twitter to lawsuits. At least one was filed alleging Twitter violated federal regulation by not offering fired workers the required discover.

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The San Francisco-based firm informed staff by e mail Thursday that they’d study Friday if they’d been laid off. About half of the corporate’s employees of seven,500 was let go, Yoel Roth, Twitter’s head of security & integrity, confirmed in a tweet.

Musk tweeted late Friday that there was no alternative however to chop the jobs “when the corporate is dropping over $4M/day.” He didn’t present particulars on the each day losses on the firm and mentioned workers who misplaced their jobs have been supplied three months’ pay as a severance.

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No different social media platform comes near Twitter as a spot the place public businesses and different important service suppliers — election boards, police departments, utilities, faculties and news retailers — preserve individuals reliably knowledgeable. Many worry Musk’s layoffs will intestine it and render it lawless.

Roth mentioned the corporate’s front-line moderation employees was the group the least impacted by the job cuts.

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He added that Twitter’s “efforts on election integrity — together with dangerous misinformation that may suppress the vote and combatting state-backed info operations — stay a prime precedence.”

Musk, in the meantime, tweeted that “Twitter’s sturdy dedication to content material moderation stays completely unchanged.”

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But a Twitter worker who spoke with The Associated Press Friday mentioned it is going to be so much more durable to get that work executed beginning subsequent week after dropping so many colleagues.

“This will influence our capacity to offer help for elections, positively,” mentioned the worker who spoke on the situation of anonymity out of issues for job safety.

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The worker mentioned there’s no “concrete sense of route” aside from what Musk says publicly on Twitter.

“I comply with his tweets they usually have an effect on how we prioritize our work,” mentioned the worker. “It’s a really wholesome indicator of what to prioritize.”

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Several workers who tweeted about dropping their jobs mentioned Twitter eradicated their complete groups, together with one centered on human rights and world conflicts, one other checking Twitter’s algorithms for bias in how tweets get amplified, and an engineering crew devoted to creating the social platform extra accessible for individuals with disabilities.

Eddie Perez, a Twitter civic integrity crew supervisor who give up in September, mentioned he fears the layoffs so near the midterms may permit disinformation to “unfold like wildfire” in the course of the post-election vote-counting interval specifically.

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“I’ve a tough time believing that it doesn’t have a cloth influence on their capacity to handle the quantity of disinformation on the market,” he mentioned, including that there merely might not be sufficient workers to beat it again.

President Joe Biden, at a marketing campaign occasion in Illinois Friday night time, mentioned: “Now what are all of us anxious about? Elon Musk, who goes out and buys an outfit that sends and spews lies all the world over. … How can we count on children to have the ability to perceive what’s at stake?”

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Twitter’s workers have been anticipating layoffs since Musk took the helm. He fired prime executives, together with CEO Parag Agrawal, and eliminated the corporate’s board of administrators on his first day as proprietor.

As the emailed notices went out, many Twitter workers took to the platform to specific help for one another — typically merely tweeting blue coronary heart emojis to indicate its blue chicken brand — and salute emojis in replies to one another.

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A Twitter supervisor mentioned many workers discovered they’d been laid off after they may now not log into the corporate’s methods. The supervisor mentioned the way in which the layoffs have been carried out confirmed a “lack of care and thoughtfulness.” The supervisor, who spoke to the AP on the situation of anonymity out of issues for job safety, mentioned managers weren’t given any discover about who can be getting laid off.

“For me as a supervisor, it’s been excruciating as a result of I needed to discover out about what my crew was going to seem like by tweets and thru texting and calling individuals,” the worker mentioned. “That’s a very arduous approach to care in your individuals. And managers at Twitter care so much about their individuals.”

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A coalition of civil rights teams escalated their calls Friday for manufacturers to pause promoting buys on the platform. The layoffs are significantly harmful forward of the elections, the teams warned, and for transgender customers and different teams dealing with violence impressed by hate speech that proliferates online.

In a tweet Friday, Musk blamed activists for what he described as a “huge drop in income” since he took over Twitter late final week.

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Insider Intelligence analyst Jasmine Enberg mentioned there may be “little Musk can say to appease advertisers when he’s maintaining the corporate in a continuing state of uncertainty and turmoil, and seems detached to Twitter workers and the regulation.”

“Musk wants advertisers greater than they want him,” she mentioned. “Pulling advertisements from Twitter is a fast and painless resolution for many manufacturers.”

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A lawsuit was filed Thursday in federal court docket in San Francisco on behalf of 1 worker who was laid off and three others who have been locked out of their work accounts. It alleges Twitter violated the regulation by not offering the required discover.

The Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification statute requires employers with not less than 100 staff to reveal layoffs involving 500 or extra workers, no matter whether or not an organization is publicly traded or privately held, as Twitter is now.

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The layoffs affected Twitter’s workplaces all over the world. In the United Kingdom, it could be required by regulation to offer workers discover, mentioned Emma Bartlett, a accomplice specializing in employment and partnership regulation at CM Murray LLP.

The pace of the layoffs may additionally open Musk and Twitter as much as discrimination claims if it seems, for example, that they disproportionally affected ladies, individuals of shade or older staff.

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AP Business Writers Mae Anderson, Alexandra Olson and Ken Sweet in New York, James Pollard in Columbia, S.C., Frank Bajak in Boston and Danica Kirka in London contributed to this story.

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Settlement Reached in Suits Over FBI Posing as AP Reporter

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By LINDSAY WHITEHURST, Associated Press

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press will get a $145,000 settlement following a pair of lawsuits filed after an FBI agent posed as a reporter for The Associated Press and created a faux story.

The long-running Freedom of Information Act instances led to appeals court docket selections that may assist bolster entry to public information, stated Adam Marshall, an lawyer for the group. The instances additionally make clear FBI brokers posing as members of the media, a tactic that free press advocates say undermines media credibility and blurs strains between legislation enforcement and the press.

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The company did not comply with its personal guidelines over such undercover operations when an agent posed as an AP reporter and despatched a link to a faux story in an investigation in Washington state in 2007, in keeping with paperwork uncovered in the lawsuit filed together with The Associated Press.

Then-FBI Director James Comey known as the approach “correct and acceptable” below FBI pointers on the time, although he stated it might require higher-level approvals when the incident got here to gentle seven years later, in 2014. No precise story was revealed and it led to an arrest, he maintained.

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The agent posing as an AP reporter despatched a link to the faux article to a 15-year-old suspected of creating bomb threats at a highschool. When the teenager clicked the link, a monitoring instrument revealed his pc’s location and helped brokers affirm his id.

The FBI declined to remark Friday.

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Kathleen Carroll, then government editor of the AP, stated in 2014 that the FBI’s “unacceptable techniques undermine AP and the important distinction between the federal government and the press.” A letter signed by two dozen news organizations known as the revelations “inexcusable” and the Reporter’s Committee particularly known as out using the AP’s title as “cowl for delivery of digital surveillance software program.”

Lauren Easton, an Associated Press spokeswoman, declined extra remark Friday.

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The lawsuits had been filed as a part of an effort to get information about FBI news-media impersonations, and finally resulted in vital court docket selections about how far businesses should go in looking for requested paperwork and the requirements they need to meet in order to withhold paperwork, Marshall stated. The settlement will cowl lawyer’s charges and prices.

“This has proven that there are important, regarding and ongoing points with respect to federal legislation enforcement impersonation of the press in the United States,” Marshall stated. The instances have additionally “proven that the Reporters Committee and The Associated Press had been dedicated to discovering out as a lot as we might about what occurred right here for the general public to know.”

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