The Harlem Book Fair initially created by QBR as a platform where book enthusiasts could meet and celebrate their love of books, culture and literacy , has grown to be the largest book event for people of color nationally.
Sabi Wiri which means Know your Hair in Surinamese is a day I organized for the first time in 2003 after the publicaion of my first book Kroeshaar.
Interested in everything natural, I decided to go to the famous World Natural Hair & Beauty Show in Atlanta. What a trip it was. It was great to connect with fellow nappy heads and especially with the ones I had met on the forum of Nappturality.com.
Gabriela Richard’sabout her project; unraveld/recoiled. Many black women who find their hair fitting into either of the two categories can recount many tales of being ostracized because of hair texture. Also, unlike skin color, it is something that we can change, and have changed, to fit a variety of social ideals that often go beyond just the […]
My first loc conference in Philadelphia. I really didn’t know what to expect. Since “Valley” decided to drive I thought I might as well join. “Mochalocks” was the third napptural who joined and we had a blast.
The annual gathering of Surinamese people in Queens, New York. Family, food, soccer, music and more.
Brick by brick & with love …. The opening of Carol’s Daughter new store was everything the invitation said and more. It was as if you were welcomed into the Price’s family home. Even before the doors opened at 10:00 am there was a line and it will probably be there until closing time at […]