thefemaletyrant: The traditional African comb or pick has played a crucial role in the creation, maintenance, and decoration of hair-styles for both men and women... Read more...

thefemaletyrant: Hair and grooming have always...

thefemaletyrant: The traditional African comb or pick has played a crucial role in the creation, maintenance, and decoration of hair-styles for both men and women... Read more...

BLACK FASHION - hustleinatrap:  Nigerian artist uses the symbol of...

BLACK FASHION - hustleinatrap: Nigerian artist uses the symbol of...

Boxing 1227: Vintage Muhammad Ali The Champ Afro Comb Sealed 1970 S Boxing Rare -> BUY IT NOW ONLY: $255.52 on eBay!

Boxing 1227: Vintage Muhammad Ali The Champ Afro Comb Sealed 1970 S Boxing Rare -> BUY IT NOW ONLY: $255.52 on eBay!

Fro power. I have heard curly hair called "unprofessional" in the workforce. You don't listen to that! Whether you are Black or have a Jew fro or just blessed with type 4 hair, you are natural AND professional!! If you want to straighten your hair that is great too but you don't ever HAVE to in order to be taken seriously. Discrimination is not okay.

Fro power. I have heard curly hair called "unprofessional" in the workforce. You don't listen to that! Whether you are Black or have a Jew fro or just blessed with type 4 hair, you are natural AND professional!! If you want to straighten your hair that is great too but you don't ever HAVE to in order to be taken seriously. Discrimination is not okay.

BLACK FASHION - hustleinatrap: Nigerian artist uses the symbol of...

BLACK FASHION - hustleinatrap: Nigerian artist uses the symbol of...

HUSTLE IN A TRAP — Nigerian artist uses the symbol of the Afro Comb to celebrate activists jailed fighting for freedom and fairness. Afro combs were very popular in the 70’s in America among Black youth who protested against repression. They represented both cultural and religious beliefs despite the fact that it was quite fashionable. The artist Fred Martins chose an orange color for showing association with prison. Five African leaders were chosen for their struggle for freedom, social…

HUSTLE IN A TRAP — Nigerian artist uses the symbol of the Afro Comb to celebrate activists jailed fighting for freedom and fairness. Afro combs were very popular in the 70’s in America among Black youth who protested against repression. They represented both cultural and religious beliefs despite the fact that it was quite fashionable. The artist Fred Martins chose an orange color for showing association with prison. Five African leaders were chosen for their struggle for freedom, social…

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