The “Good Hair” Study in the Media

Black Hair Discrimination is Real – But Is It Against the Law?



When ‘Good Hair’ Hurts

The Atlantic


This Study Proves There’s Still A Bias Against Black Women’s Hair



Study Shows Bias Against Black Women’s Natural Hair

Teen Vogue


New Evidence Shows There’s Still Bias Against Natural Hair

NPR’s Code Switch


There’s Actual Proof Now That Shows People Are Opposed to Natural Hair

The Huffington Post – Canada


Study: Explicit Bias Against Black Women’s Hair



“Can I Touch It?” The Implicit Bias Against Black Women’s Natural Hair 

VICE’s Broadly


Though Attitudes are Evolving, Study Finds There Still Is Bias Against Black Women’s Natural Hair

Atlanta Black Star


White Women Think Black Women’s Natural Hair is Unprofessional, Less Attractive

Daily Dot


This Quiz Can Tell If You’re Biased Against Black Hair

New York Magazine‘s The Cut


Study Proves That Black Women with Natural Hair Receive Seriously Negative Bias

Oxygen’s Very Real


We Need to Talk About the Insidious Bias Against Black Women’s Hair



First-Ever Hair Implicit Association Test Shows White Women Have Greatest Bias Toward Natural Hair

Madame Noire


New Study Confirms Bias Toward Black Women’s Natural Hair


There’s Still a Stigma Against Natural Hair (This Study is Proof)


Natural Hair Hurts Black Women in the Workplace

Black Enterprise


This Test Measures Your Bias Against Natural Hair



“Good Hair” Study Press Release (January 31, 2017)