NHCN Podcast 008: Embracing Our Identity – The Next Level Of Natural Haircare News
(8 mins, 49 secs)
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Dianne and Pamela discuss the growth and direction of Natural Haircare News: More podcasts focused on the social issues related to natural hair, natural hair expert issues along with traditional tips and strategies.
|“Changing attitudes about natural hair” is what we do at Natural Haircare News. Through informative articles, podcasts and videos, we go beyond just sharing the latest advice and tips on kinky, curly, wavy haircare – We shake things up and focus on the realities of wearing our hair natural.|
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