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Offbeat A 21-year-old newscaster wore her natural hair on TV for the first time — and people are inspired

14:53  08 august  2018
14:53  08 august  2018 Source:   msn.com

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People are calling her decision " inspiring " and "beautiful." Celebrities like Lupita Nyong'o to Solange Knowles One local reporter recently shared her experience of wearing her natural hair on -air for the first She told The New York Times that when she switched to wearing her natural hair , the

"I wore my natural hair on tv for the first time ever today!" A Lansing, Michigan newscaster is making a major change in her beauty routine One local reporter recently shared her experience of wearing her natural hair on -air for the first time , and the response has been inspiring .

a person standing in front of a monitor: Dana Whyte reporter natural hair tweet© Provided by Business Insider Inc Dana Whyte reporter natural hair tweet Celebrities like Lupita Nyong'o to Solange Knowles have been leading the charge for more natural hair representation in the media. While the movement has certainly made progress, the slick, straightened "anchor bob" still seems to be the expected style for on-air personalities in local news, regardless of race, Refinery29's Khalea Underwood recently wrote.

One local reporter recently shared her experience of wearing her natural hair on-air for the first time, and the response has been inspiring.

On Sunday, Dana Whyte, a 21-year-old reporter for Michigan's WLNS News, posted a photo of the moment with her followers on Twitter following the broadcast.

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"I wore my natural hair on tv for the first time ever today," Dana tweeted. "This has been an internal battle that I’ve been struggling with ever since I decided to become a reporter. According to the 21 - year - old journalist, who is also a member of the National Association of Black Journalists, her

“I wore my natural hair on tv for the first time ever today! This has been an internal battle that I’ve been struggling with ever since I decided to become a Whyte told Teen Vogue that she’s been considering wearing her natural hair for a long time — especially after noticing the toll daily heat

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