How can we, as a society change the perception of this action to be offensive and non-normative?

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Reflect on this chapter’s main point: “Black people of various ages, genders, and class status often experience their hair and body as the object of others’ gaze and scrutiny. In some instances, they may also have to deflect physical and verbal encounters that center their hair as an object of curiosity.” One of the issues is that within the framework of normative white privilege, touching a Black person’s hair is seen as harmless. How can we, as a society change the perception of this action to be offensive and non-normative?
Chapter 8: Deirdre A. Oakley Editor. 2022 Alternative Urbanisms and Social Deviance
Dubuque, IA: Great River Learning. ISBN: 9781644969168.

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