NEW ON THE BLOG: This protective hairstyle tutorial with pics. #naturalhair #naturallyluvly #naturalhairmojo #naturalhairdoescare #teamnatural #teamboo #protectivehairstyle #hairstyle
Working on a new protective style for those with fragile edges. Love braids that don’t pull on the hairline! #teamboo #naturalhair #teamnatural #protectivehairstyle #cornrows
“Dr. Yaba Blay, co-Director and Assistant Teaching Professor of Africana Studies at Drexel University, compiled letters of support and photos from women with dreadlocks. The e-book is nothing short of amazing. The outpouring of support from women from all walks of life, as well as letters from little girls Tiana’s age, goes to show that there’s nothing “faddish” about dreadlocks. The letters come from artists, doctors, and even acclaimed director Ava Duvernay. At the end of the book, Alice Walker allowed for a special message to be printed just for Tiana.”
Read the full story and see the ebook here: For Tiana: A Care Package FULL of Locs of LOVE
”’They didn’t like my dreads,’ said Tiana.
FoX23 reviewed the school’s dress code. It states, “hairstyles such as dreadlocks, afros, mohawks, and other faddish styles are unacceptable.”
See the full story here —> Tulsa school sends girl home over hair via fox23.com
It sounded like true remorse in Sheryl Underwood’s voice during her interview, and I’m hoping the remorse leads to introspection. Hopefully she got the message and she’ll let it absorb. Hopefully this is the beginning of a mental evolution – not just for Sheryl Underwood, but for the women who think like she does about natural hair, too.