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Our Natural Hair: Journey or Process?


Our Natural Hair: Journey or Process?

August 29, 2016

Every sister has a story. What it was that made her go or stay natural? Was it damaged and overprocessed hair? Was it research into the chemicals that go into relaxers? Was it a revelation that she is fearfully and wonderfully made and so is her hair? I love the black hair movement. Whether you…


Loving My Afrikah Hair

August 22, 2016

I find more creative styles with natural hair than relaxed hair. My maternal grandmother, Helen McClain, was a hair stylist with gorgeous waist-long hair. Old school, I grew up with her pressing my hair, along with my two sisters…those days in the kitchen harvest so many memories. After 20 years of relaxing my hair (to…


Test Post

August 3, 2016

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Where I Began

July 29, 2016

I’m relatively new to the natural hair social media phenomenon. Although I have not relaxed my hair since 1996, I am only recently engaging in the conversations and controversy surrounding something that black women find as one of the most important fashion statements they will ever make. Hair. Hair. Hair. For some, it is what…


The Women in My Family

May 10, 2013

An excerpt from The Women in My Family Every Last One of Them   Some of the women in my family are now Home both the young and the old Missed deeply, they left us a legacy of glory we are compelled with joy to pass on the stories of the lives they led We…

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