It’s impossible to celebrate Black history without celebrating Black follicles. From the revolutionary Afro in the 60’s to the “too ethnic” braids in the 80’s and the locs (a.k.a Dreadlocks) that still cause controversy today, it is clear that our hair is inextricable intertwined with fighting for our humanness and freedom.
Black History Month
Black history month is very important to celebrate, reflect and commemorate. Why? Because as diverse as we are as a people during Black History Month we can share our collective experience with the world.
Greetings, I hope you’re having a great Black History Month so far! I know we do and with all the gifts we’ve received from Black owned companies, this year’s celebration is just extra special.