Should hairbraiders be licensed?

October 1997
Jet;10/27/97, Vol. 92 Issue 23, p54
Focuses on the hairbraiding business. The question of professional training, and licensing of hairbraiders by state cosmetology boards; Comments from professionals, and attorney Dana Berliner, who is representing four hairbraiders filing a lawsuit in Ohio; Views of Taalib-Din Uqdah, founder of the American Hairbraiders & Natural Haircare Association (AHNHA) in Washington, D. C.


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