Hair’itage, by Niccole Gaines is one of those plays I had the privilege of seeing and wanted e-ve-ry Black woman to see. The playwright who is maturely loced herself clearly never lost touch with our roots. All of our textures and hair choices are represented very well in a thoughtful, relatable and yet hilarious way.
I was happy that I got transferred to a different school. It is still a public school, but it is supposed to be a better school. I don’t have to fight anymore. They still do not have anyone that looks like me, and kids still ask me silly questions about my hair, but I am […]
All I kept thinking was RELAX Lyd, RELAX. And that made me tense up ….. SOOOOO my photographer and his wife decided to make me giggle. Which is not difficult. They made faces, noises, and tried to help loosen me up! I think it worked! I hope. I really tried not to try. 🙂 For […]