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Everyone knows Zuri as "the girl with the puffy hair." Her afro is big and fluffy, and not even gravity can keep it down. People often ask her, "What are you gonna do with that hair?" Zuri finds the answer in her cultural hair-itage and shows she can sculpt and shape her curls and coils into beautiful works of African art-braids, 'locks, bantu knots-in other words, whatever she wants! This illustrated non-fiction book encourages Black girls to celebrate the beauty and versatility of their natural hair and learn the rich history of natural hairstyles.
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|Publisher:||The Natural Hair Advocate|
|Product dimensions:||8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.15(d)|
|Age Range:||8 - 12 Years|
About the Author
Ndija Anderson-Yantha is a lawyer, blogger, and a former Thomas J. Watson Fellow. Her Watson Fellowship project, "Braiding: Traditional Art, Esthetic Service, or Cultural Expression", took her to seven countries to investigate the role and significance of hair braiding in female socialization in various cultures. Through her blog, The Natural Hair Advocate, she encourages readers to love and embrace their natural textures by showcasing the beauty of African hair from political, historical, and sociological viewpoints. Ndija is a graduate of Spelman College (BA in political science and French) and McGill University (LLB and BCL law degrees). She lives in Toronto, Canada, with her husband.