Bad Hair Uprooted Exhibit Suriname

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Natural Hair, Empowerment & Awareness

On March 2nd the exhibition BAD Hair Uprooted especially opened to launch UMA!, an International Women's Network for empowerment and awareness in Paramaribo, Suriname.

The one of a kind natural hairstyles represented the Network's theme "Identity and Personal Development": who are you, why do you do what you do, what drives you and how important is your cultural identity in your career?

 

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