We recently posed the following question to our 900+ Natural Hair Facebook community:
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We got some interesting responses, but not the responses that we had first expected… Most people were not offended by the term “nappy” when describing their natural hair.
A lot has […]
If you are anything like so many other women of color out there, you probably haven’t gotten to know your hair’s true texture until later in life when you finally decided to go natural.
There’s no doubt about it. As black women, we have a love/hate relationship with our hair.
Ethnic black hair. It’s the subject of books, blogs, podcasts, online forums – and videos.
A panel discussion on the political, social and personal issues related to black women’s hair will kick off today at the Smithsonian.
Pamela and Dianne share their viewpoints on the deeper issues inherent with embracing the beauty that is specific to black women.
From the history of slavery and its effects on our perception of our natural hair and other afrocentric features, to modern day cultural influences, Pamela and Dianne cover each end of the spectrum as it relates to our natural beauty.