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Within the Black Power movement, hoop earrings were considered a way to celebrate one's culture, and echoed Afrocentric fashion.The earrings took on the same cultural meaning as Afro hairstyles or cornrow braids, and were later seen on 1970s icons Donna Summer and Diana Ross.'Despite erasure, institutions knowingly label forced assimilation as a process of "professional socialization" rather than a process that violently strips identities and culture from women and nonbinary femmes of color.
After the incident received national media attention, Martinez, Aguilera, and Gallo-Gonzalez say they have been harassed by 'right-wing groups and individuals'.
Martinez, an active member of the Latinx Student Union, wrote an email to the entire student body explaining that hoop earrings are just one accessory appropriated by white people, the Claremont Independent reported.
She said: 'The art was created by myself and a few other WOC [women of color] after being tired and annoyed with the reoccurring theme of white women appropriating styles..belong to the black and brown folks who created the culture.
Artwork that dates back to 1650 BC, during the Minoan Civilization, also depicts people of both genders sporting the popular accessories.
Earrings during this time were fashioned out of gold, silver, or bronze, and the preferred style was simple and delicate.
Several celebrities, including Selena Gomez and Rihanna, were accused in recent years of cultural appropriation for adopting the 'chola' style, respectively at the MTV Music Awards and in a Halloween costume.