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EBONY SPEAK! Hair: Still the Ultimate Black Girl Divide? Part 2

EBONY.com’s style editor Geneva S. Thomas brings together the leading hair and style bloggers to discuss the tangled world of Black women’s hair—natural, straight, and curly in EBONY.com’s inaugural video series SPEAK! This segment features Leola Anifowoshe of Pi Nappa Kappa (natural hair sorority), Jessica Andrews of The GlamazonsAndrea Arterbery of The GlamazonsFelicia Walker Benson of This That BeautyImani Dawson of Tribe Called Curl, and Gia Lowe of Curly Girl Collective. Join the conversation in Part 2 of this lively discussion as the ladies continue to discuss issues with hair and class, the lack of straight and relaxed hair bloggers, and Pi Nappa Kappa (Natural Hair Sorority) controversy.

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ABOUT SPEAK!

The EBONY.com SPEAK! series brings together leading bloggers in conversation on provocative and trending issues of the day. Hosted by EBONY.com editors Geneva S. Thomas, and Jamilah Lemieux, SPEAK! features bloggers offline and uncensored, covering a gamut of topics related to pop culture, politics, fashion, and relationships. The SPEAK! series is directed and shot by EBONY.com Contributing Videographer L. Antonio Thompson. Original music by The Paxtons

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