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Help us get the Loc tribe/community curriculum in your college.

Instructions: Complete letter with your information and college of choice. You can also send a copy of the book Revealed the Kingdom of Locs Nazirite Vow continues for their review. Click link

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Instructions: Copy and edit letter below. Send completed copy to the colleges you would like to see the loc community course in. Leave State of Loc Nation contact information at the bottom so we can assure to answer all requests.

[Your Name]

[Your Address]
[City, State, ZIP]
[Email Address]
[Phone Number]

[Recipient's Name]
[Recipient's Position]
[College/University Name]
[City, State, ZIP]

Subject: Request for Inclusion of Curriculum on the Loc Tribe/ Loc Community

Dear [Recipient's Name],

I hope this letter finds you well. I am writing to express my enthusiasm for the inclusive and diverse campus culture that [College/University Name] promotes. As an aspiring student, I am impressed by your commitment to providing an educational environment that values and celebrates diversity.

I would like to bring your attention to an opportunity to further enrich the curriculum and promote cultural understanding within the institution. Specifically, I believe that it would be highly beneficial to include a curriculum on the Loc tribe, their history, cultural significance, and the importance of respecting diverse hairstyles.

The Loc tribe, with its rich history and cultural practices, represents a significant community within our society. By incorporating a curriculum on the Loc tribe, [College/University Name] would not only enhance the education provided to its students but also foster an environment of inclusivity and appreciation for diverse cultures.

This curriculum could explore various aspects related to the Loc tribe, including the historical origins of the hairstyle, its cultural significance, and its evolution over time. It could also delve into the cultural, social, and artistic expressions associated with the Loc tribe, providing students with a comprehensive understanding of its importance within global and local communities.

Moreover, incorporating this curriculum would offer an opportunity for students to engage in meaningful discussions, develop cultural competency, and challenge stereotypes or biases related to hairstyles. It could serve as a platform to promote dialogue, respect, and inclusivity within the campus community.

I understand that curriculum development requires careful consideration and collaboration from various departments and stakeholders. I am more than willing to support and contribute to this initiative through research, sharing resources, or connecting with experts who can provide valuable insights on the Loc tribe including and the book Revealed The Kingdom of Locs Nazirite Vow continues authored by Christina Clement.

I kindly request that you bring this proposal to the attention of the appropriate department heads, curriculum committees, or academic boards for their consideration. I believe that by incorporating this curriculum, [College/University Name] will not only demonstrate its commitment to inclusivity but also provide students with a well-rounded and culturally diverse education.

Thank you for considering this request. I appreciate your time and attention to this matter. I look forward to hearing from you regarding any updates or next steps regarding the inclusion of a curriculum on the Loc tribe.


Sister/Brother of the Loc Nation Tribe

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