The ruling by the Supreme Court of Jamaica capped a two year battle after the girl then a five (5) year old was told that they must cut their hair dreadlocks before their can be admitted in the school.
A right group of Jamaica that fight for the right of the individual for justices had come in support to the family saying the rule that comes that the girl should cut down her hair (dreadlocks) should be reform by the court of rule in Jamaica.
Other viewed the girl battle against the rules set by the court for the young girl to cut down the dreadlocks before being admitted in the school because Rastafarian are out of the traditions in the country Jamaica.
The girl and her parent Dale and sherine virgo who both wear dreadlocks plans to appeal said their lawyer Isat Buchanan
I will not be cutting my daughters hair sherine Virgo the mother of the girl said immediately after the ruling of the court give them that rule again of cutting her daughter hair down.
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