Say it Loud. . .

I’m Black and I’m Proud!


just thought I’d celebrate Afros which started in the 1960’s, nothing has really changed, just evolved. I feel as though Afros were more appreciated back in this era than today.  It’s an act of liberation, free yourself and your hair from society. I still remember my mom’s can of afro sheen spray and the afro pik that she passed onto me last summer; That day marked my own freedom.  Whether your hair is straight, kinky, or curly you can too appreciate a hair moment in  Black History.

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