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Hair Raising

Beauty, Culture, and African American Women
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Current format, Book, 1996, All copies in use.
Current format, Book, 1996, All copies in use. Offered in 0 more formats
Examines the social and political role of African American women's hair, examining its place in advertising, Black pride, race, and women's magazines
We all know there is a politics of skin color, but is there a politics of hair?In this book, Noliwe Rooks explores the history and politics of hair and beauty culture…

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