Cornrows

"Just because ur child is black doesn't mean u get to rock OUR cornrows," one commenter wrote on Instagram.
Bantu knots may be "trendy" right now, but what you're doing is disrespectful.
Whether there are 8 or 800 -- with bright double-ball elastic holders tight at the top and butterfly barrettes bouncing at the bottom or with cobalt blue yarn woven throughout -- braids are, and always will be, a definitive symbol of black girl culture.
“Hailey made me get cornrows like an absolute d-bag."
The moment mainstream media respectfully recognizes, acknowledges and represents the source, purpose, and most importantly the people behind different cultures, rather than reduce it to just costumes or hot trends, is the moment we can begin to define "cultural exchange."
If you think summer is a season to let your hair down and be done, think again. Girls are getting elaborate and bringing braids and buns to a whole new level.
“Hip hop stems from a black struggle, it stems from jazz and blues, styles of music African-Americans created to retain humanity
Today, teaching Black children that they don't have to have straight hair or look like anyone else or stop being who they are in order to be accepted is another way of reaffirming that they are already perfect exactly the way God made them.
It's been a particularly abundant whirlwind several days as one thinks about recent events within pop culture as they intersect with tech.
"I decided it was going to be my side hustle. I was going to make some money braiding people's hair," Nyong'o told Vogue
African American female servicemembers comprise the highest percentage of women in the military.
Marie Claire found itself in the middle of a Twitter firestorm on Wednesday, after the magazine tweeted a picture of Kendall
Perhaps the most dichotomous artistic event of the year, Fashion Month throws together polar opposites that truly shouldn't work but just do
Nicole Scherzinger disappointed us when we learned she once passed on some major musical hits -- namely "We Found Love" (Rihanna
Yes, the hair that grows naturally from the roots of our heads could be contributing to the growing unemployment rates. Baffling