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Don't forget about the hair: Symbolism in "This Is America"

If you have not seen Childish Gambino’s thought-provoking video for his new single, “This Is America”, yet, please watch it:

***Warning: Violence and explicit language; viewer discretion is advised*** 1,023 more words

The Ignorance Towards Black Hair

By Jasmine Braswell

Did you cut your hair? How long is your natural hair? Is that a weave? What is a weave? What are faux locs? 582 more words

Opinion

The Akụkọ Diaries: The Hair and the Tortoise

Dear diary,

My hair, on the surface, is like a tortoise. It seems to be slow to grow, slow to retain length. Like a tortoise, it seems to be slow to form and slow to move, a mass as thick as a watered sponge. 1,087 more words

Blog

Caring for Hair

Just finished reading this article. My hair has been “African-American” or black natural for more than four years yet it is now that I have to re-educate my self on how to care for it and style it. 58 more words

Everyday Living

Coordinate Closeup: Mana

This Bodyline skirt is an adventurer. It passed from Kristina to Mayi, then fell into my hands and was coordinated that same day. Even though I wear a wide range of styles, florals and paintings are the motifs I come back to again and again. 280 more words

Classic Lolita

A Guide to the Most Popular Hairstyles for Black Women

Although we can testify to the versatility and strength of textured hair, it still requires a certain level of protection to remain healthy. In addition to regular cleansing, deep-conditioning, and the occasional treatment, natural strands should also be fashioned into styles that offer some level of protection and look really cute, too. 65 more words

Beauty

Creamy Crack Addict

When I turned 18 I booked an appointment for my very first relaxer. I didn’t have any hair education at all, I just knew that I wanted a new hairstyle and wanted to be able to wear my hair down more often. 340 more words

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