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Afro Forever By Donna Kay Cindy Kakonge
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Transformation In Loree’s Beauty Shop hot combs sizzled against wet oily scalps branding grown woman fantasies into tender young heads. Thick busy afros became long glossy black... More > curls transforming natural Black queens into commercial mahogany princesses (Boyd, 14). This poem by Julia Boyd from In the Company of My Sisters is tragic, but it happens all the time. Afros and natural hair is transformed into something artificial, “fake boobs, fake hair, men don’t seem to care whether a woman is real or false.” The hair salon is the main site where the transformation happens. This paper accompanies the web-based project Salon Utopia (now defunct) that aimed to transform its clients in a natural way. In the virtual realm, it is not yet possible to do any hairstyles to transform anyone, but the site did aid in transforming the source of where hair comes from, the mind.< Less
Afro Indigo By Stacey E. Slaw
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Afro Indigo comes from the soul of black folks who have experienced the civil rights era, from the era when rap music, hip hop, and crack were injected into our communities in heavy doses. This... More > poetry was manufactured on street corners, whore houses, gambling houses, crap games, gang bang'n, shoot outs, from love making...being loved in the ghetto. These words are from real life...as real as it gets, then articulated with the many hues, heights, depths, sizes, textures and weight of Afro...then blue.< Less
Afro Indigo By Stacey E. Slaw
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Afro Indigo comes from the soul of black folks who have experienced the civil rights era, from the era when rap music, hip hop, and crack were injected into our communities in heavy doses. This... More > poetry was manufactured on street corners, whore houses, gambling houses, crap games, gang bang'n, shoot outs, from love making...being loved in the ghetto. These words are from real life...as real as it gets, then articulated with the many hues, heights, depths, sizes, textures and weight of Afro...then blue.< Less
What Happened to the Afro? By Donna Kay Kakonge M.A.
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This graduate research paper is a strong example of research methodology, case studies and Internet-assisted knowledge that also sheds light on the politics of black hair.
What Happened to the Afro? By Donna Kay Kakonge, M.A.
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This graduate research paper is a strong example of research methodology, case studies and Internet-assisted knowledge that also sheds light on the politics of black hair. A new website has been... More > created associated with the book. It's at: http://www.donnakakonge.com/donnamagazine.info/index.html.< Less
What Happened to the Afro? By Dr. Donna Kay Cindy Kakonge, ABD
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This graduate research paper is a strong example of research methodology, case studies and Internet-assisted knowledge that also sheds light on the politics of black hair.
A Is for Afro: Reading Is Power By Corey E. Olds, Naila Zulfugarova
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A Is For Afro: Reading Is Power is a primer for children aged 0 to 6. Besides introducing the alphabet, this book will teach early readers almost half of the 315 Dolch Sight Words that all children... More > need to know before entering the second grade. A list of these high-frequency words are included herein. A Is For Afro stands apart from other ABC books in that it provides parents and teachers with concrete lessons to build children’s reading comprehension, primary vocabulary, and writing tool kit, which itself will prepare children to craft grammatically correct sentences as they learn to read. Children who read and experience this book as a living artifact will gain a head start toward full literacy, broad outlook, and aesthetic appreciation.< Less
A Is For Afro: Reading Is Power By Corey Olds
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A Is For Afro: Reading Is Power is a primer for children aged 0 to 6. Besides introducing the alphabet, this book will teach early readers almost half of the 315 Dolch Sight Words that all children... More > need to know before entering the second grade. Besides those high-frequency words, 320 Bibliobibulus Words are included herein. A Is For Afro stands apart from other ABC books in that it provides parents and teachers with concrete lessons to build children’s reading comprehension, primary vocabulary, and writing tool kit, which itself will prepare children to craft grammatically correct sentences as they learn to read. Children who read and experience this book as a living artifact will gain a head start toward full literacy, broad outlook, and aesthetic appreciation.< Less
Afro-Persian Romance Anthology By Teejay LeCapois
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Caleb Howard, a handsome and brilliant young Black man from Boston, Massachusetts, experiences a life-changing romance with Yasmina Bashir, a young Arab Christian woman he meets at Carleton... More > University in Ottawa, Ontario. After initially butting heads, they fall for each other. The problem is that while many Arab men have Black wives and Black girlfriends, some of them firmly oppose non-Arab men's relationships with Arab immigrant women living in North America. The young couple is determined to fight for their growing love. Can Caleb and Yasmina overcome the sinister and deeply prejudiced forces which staunchly oppose them ? Only time will tell.< Less
AFRO Sci-Fi Anthology By Stafford Battle
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AFROFuturism has become an important theme in modern literature. Sword and Soul, Steamfunk and other multicultural expressions explore how people of color will influence the future.