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“My Nappy Roots: A Journey Through Black Hair-itage” by Regina Kimball

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Tuesday, February 19, 2013, 08:30pm
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MARYGROVE COLLEGE AND REDFORD PUBLIC LIBRARY PRESENTS

Black History Month EVENT

Black HairStory Film Series

“My Nappy Roots: A Journey Through Black Hair-itage”by Regina Kimball

This edutainment documentary takes an unparalleled look at how black hair is used as a prism through which to look at cultural, societal, and political issues in the African American community over time. The film reveals the significance and pride of African hairstyles and the rise of the first great Black entrepreneurs and the billion dollar ethnic hair care industry-that exists today. Exploring beyond the surface, My Nappy ROOTS delves internally into the mindset that created the never-ending debate of “good hair verses bad hair” and the role media plays as instigator.

Location : ALL SHOWS AT: Florent Gillet Residence Hall Community Room
Contact : CONTACT: Shalendrea Staffney • (313) 808-2584
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