To mark the 15th anniversary I am publishing a special edition of Going Natural, How to Fall in Love with Nappy Hair. To celebrate this milestone I offer you a special edition of the book with a free gift! Check it out. Read More “Get the special edition of Going Natural, How to Fall in Love with Nappy Hair and get a Free Roller Braid”
The 15th anniversary edition of Going Natural, How to Fall in Love with Nappy Hair is coming out in September. Added will be a listing of natural hair salons and Black owned natural hair care brands. Read More “15th Anniversary edition of Going Natural How to Fall in Love with Nappy Hair”
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The Women of Color Conference is an annual Brooklyn College event that opens a dialog on social issues important to Black women. Experts are invited to discuss topics like media representation and self esteem with the goal to help graduating students get a deeper understanding of the issues at hand and to send a positive message. This year’s topic is natural hair themed “Weaving Through the Kinks.”
The very first public screening of the Going-Natural Video Diaries, a documentary that captures the heartbeat of the natural hair movement, will take place at the Warehouse Gallery & Studio in Redhook, Brooklyn on August 9 at 2:00 pm.
With so many Youtube channels, blogs, documentaries and hair care businesses on the rise, the renaissance of natural hair is undeniable. In a society where straight hair has been the dominating norm for centuries, even in the Black community, it’s interesting to find out what drives this natural hair movement.
Video Diaries is a series that follows the Natural Hair movement as it unfolds. With so many Youtube channels, blogs and other hair care busineses on the rise, the renaissance of natural hair is undeniable. However, for most women in the Diaspora going natural is still quite a challenge.