My Beautiful Black Hair: 101 Natural Hair Stories from the Sisterhood by St. Clair Detrick-Jules
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An assortment of enabling stories and enamoring photographs, My Beautiful Black Hair commends a part of Black gentility - common hair- - and accepts it as a focal piece of Black womanhood.
An amazing festival of self-acknowledgment and sisterhood. - Kirkus Review
My Beautiful Black Hair is a book about Black ladies accepting their normal hair. 101 Black ladies share their accounts of figuring out how to cherish their common hair and the gigantic force in that self esteem.
St. Clair Detrick-Jules was propelled to compose the book when her younger sibling, Khloe, got back home from preschool where a schoolmate had disclosed to her that her hair was monstrous. St. Clair needed to make an impression on Khloe and youthful Black ladies wherever that their hair is delightful simply the manner in which it is.
The accounts she caught uncover both the profundity of the physical and passionate harm done to numerous ladies by loosening up their hair and attempting to make it look satisfactory, and the mind blowing flexibility, self esteem, and acknowledgment they acquired by figuring out how to accept their hair and free themselves from Eurocentric magnificence norms.
Joined by delightful and private photos of every lady, the book is an empowering voice for youthful Black ladies and the grown-ups who recall their own excursions to self-acknowledgment.
Composed BY BLACK WOMEN, FOR BLACK WOMEN: With incredible meetings and distinctive photos, this book offers an elevating message to engage any lady hoping to adore herself simply the manner in which she is. It is an affection letter to Black ladies wherever exploring their connections to their own hair.
Convenient TOPIC: My Beautiful Black Hair observes Black ladies' capacity to accept their common hair and let go of harmful reasoning and cycles around controlling it.
One of a kind TAKE ON FEMINISM: This book offers an inspiring message to engage any lady hoping to adore herself simply the manner in which she is just as an adoration letter to Black ladies wherever exploring their connections to their own hair.