That Hair Thing...Explores the many, often unspoken questions we all have about black women's hair. It clarifies the complex connections between hair styling choices and identity, self-worth and personal empowerment. It challenges and delights as it explains why hair is such a compelling issue for African American women. Dr. Cornwell's wit and probing insight take a much discussed topic to a new level.
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Dr. JoAnne Cornwell is an Associate Professor of Africana Studies and French at San Diego State University. She is also a third generation hair care specialist, a member of the American Hairbraiders & Natural Haircare Association, and originator of Sisterlocks, a fully trademarked natural hair care system.Review:
"...this is an intriguing presentation." -- The Bookwatch
Black women's hair is the subject of a cultural critique which considers issues of hair control and display within the Afro-American female community. From the history of hair practices to a new 'sisterlocks' approach, this is an intriguing presentation. -- Midwest Book Review
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Descrizione libro Sisterlocks Pub, 1997. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110965742652