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13. Then: The Afro
In the '60s and '70s, during the Civil Rights Movement, many people of color rejected eurocentric beauty standards and began to grow their hair out naturally, adopting the afro. It was part of the "Black is Beautiful" movement, which championed the idea that people of color didn't have to adopt white standards in order to be considered beautiful or given respect.