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Top 10 banned fashions

Popularized by American hip-hop artists in the 1990s, many young people around the world seem to enjoy walking around with their pants o…

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ARE YOU YOUR HAIR... IF SO, WHO ARE YOU REALLY?

Note: Natural Hue-Women are seriously over-doing it with the European/Euro-centric “Barbie-Dog Want-to-be” Looks. ARE THEY TRYING TO BE GER…

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1st NATIONAL HISTORIC CONF CALL ON SAGGING

A MUST HEAR & ACT NOW! While there has been a flurry of conversation, laws passed and even violence concerning SAGGING PANTS, this was…

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Afrikan clothing. woman, man and child

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This Girl Was Bullied For Her Skin Color. Now She's A Badass Model.

This Girl Was Bullied For Her Skin Color. Now She's A Badass Model.The Huffington Post Tue, Oct 25 8:40 AM PDT Bullies, be gone. Khoudia D…

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Black Hair Is Not A Trend For White Consumption

African hairstyles are becoming increasingly popular and the culture thieves are attempting to claim its popularity. Unlike Justin Biebe…

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SISTERS GOING NATURAL……A Brother’s Perspective

  By: Deric Muhammad Growing up on Houston’s northside, Jheri Curls were popular. Either you had one and you mattered or you didn’t. My m…

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WHY SISTERS FLAUNT THEIR BODIES? Messy Black Women. Weaves, wigs and perms.

One day when I was in my 30's while riding my bike down the street, I literally had to stop my bike, get off it and start walking. Why? Wel…

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ARE YOU YOUR HAIR... IF SO, WHO ARE YOU REALLY?

Note: Natural Hue-Women are seriously over-doing it with the European/Euro-centric “Barbie-Dog Want-to-be” Looks. ARE THEY TRYING TO BE GER…

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IS MY HAIR YOUR PROBLEM?

A Toronto college student said she hopes to start a larger conversation about the "ridiculous" way black women's hair has been long-percei…

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0 Mar 21, 2016

Top 10 banned fashions

Popularized by American hip-hop artists in the 1990s, many young people around the world seem to enjoy walking around with their pants o…

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Cuban artist puts on hair competition to bolster black pride

Runner-up contestant Paulina Champan, 5, waits to walk on the catwalk to display her hairdo during an Afro hair contest in Havana, Cuba, Sa…

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A great event. Natural Hair show-UDB Isis pic 2 and 24.

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