Many cultures around the world follow the heteronormative “rules” of courtship and relationships that we see in dating, marriage, and traditional gender roles. Not the nomadic tribes in Niger, or neighboring Chad and Nigeria.
All around the internet, this little girl was affixed with terms like “polite,” “sweet” and “kind.” What words would have been used if she had been a little less demure with her opinion?
The 2018 Grammys are tonight, but the fashion world is still raving about the looks from last Sunday’s Screen Actors Guild Awards. And we can’t breathe one word about that evening’s red carpet without acknowledging our current and forever #Fave, Yara Shahidi. Like, we may have to come up with a concept stronger than #Goals to explain how we feel about her.
With Christmas just weeks away, the hunt for the perfect gift is in full force. With black folks’ buying power expected to rise to $1.3 trillion this year, according to a Nielsen consumer report, the importance of buying from black-owned businesses is growing as we grow.
How can parents help encourage their kids to have positive hair-esteem? They can start by looking at the language they themselves use about their kids’ hair.
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