High school students in South Africa have protested against black girls being forced by teachers to arrange their hair differently, alleging that they are made to follow racist strict style rules.
A student told Al Jazeera on Monday that protests broke out at the Pretoria High School for Girls after a 13-year-old black girl was disciplined recently for writing an essay on black women suffering at the hands of "white privilege".
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