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Have you been thinking about transitioning to natural hair, but can't figure out how to get started? Then Kinky Coily: A Natural Hair Resource Guide is for you. In this literal treasure trove of information, attorney and award-winning author Pamela Samuels Young shares the natural hair care practices, products, and online resources that took her from hair disaster to natural hair heaven! Just one glance at the Pamela's "before" and "after" photographs will convince you that you too can take charge of your own hair care. So don't wait, get started on your own natural hair journey now!
What You'll Find Inside:
-Tips on beginning your hair journey.
-How to develop a hair care regimen.
-Ways to track your progress.
-The best books, bloggers, products and more!
To ensure that your natural hair journey is a success, be sure to check out the Kinky Coily Natural Hair Journal, which will guide you in creating a natural hair regimen and will also help you track your progress.
Whether you're transitioning from a relaxer, ready to abandon your weave or anxious to give up the flat irons, Kinky Coily: A Natural Hair Resource Guide will empower you to discover the true beauty of your naturally kinky coils!
In an invasive, paternalistic, federal public policy environment for Indigenous communities, this book provides an in-depth account of one person's experiences as a'Stolen Generation' Aboriginal Australian.
Told from the heart, the book speaks in the raw voice of a grandmother reflecting on her life, focusing on her childhood experiences, subsequent perceptions and life stories.
The book presents a rare autobiographical journaling of the psychological impact of institutionalisation on an Indigenous woman, her search for family, community and identity, her psychological breakdown and her personal reconstruction through telling her story in a supportive educational environment.
As an Appendix, the author provides us with a critical analysis and autoethnography - using her story as a case study - that provides deep insights into the personal experience of dealing with forced institutionalisation and social engineering to assimilate Aboriginal people.