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A young woman in Osaka Prefecture has appealed to the Supreme Court a high court ruling that her former high school’s rules and guidance forcing her to dye her brown hair black was legal.

The school, operated by the prefectural government, is one of many in Japan with a rule that students’ hair must be black.

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