Coming soon to TV… LET’S TALK HAIR TV SHOW, the one and only television talk and lifestyle show devoted to the Black hair journey, with the latest hair-related personal stories, discussions, styling techniques, products and news #letstalkhair #LetsTalkHairTV
Let’s take a moment to CELEBRATE “Hair Love”, the animated short film by Matthew Cherry, which was released by Sony Pictrues, and is now an Oscar nominee. The touching short film shows the love of black hair as a dad styles his daughter’s hair. Cherry and Karen Toliver of Sony Pictures Animation recently appeared on […]
When we talk about our hair journey, much of it is trial and error, experimentation, trips to the salon, good and bad days, and, hopefully, a destination of self-acceptance. But for people with alopecia, this journey can feel like it leads straight off a cliff.
Destiny Harris, a promising young business owner, was killed in Baltimore at the age of 21. Her family members say she “feared for her life” prior to her murder, as she had previously been threatened, robbed and physically attacked in her place of business.
We’ve known it all along but it’s nice to see the world recognize it, too, that black is beautiful. The beauty pageant world, at the highest level, is finally getting to see gorgeous array of hairstyles for black women.
According to recent reports, actress Gabrielle Union was allegedly told by “America’s Got Talent” producers that her hairstyles were “too black” and changed too often. While the matter is currently under investigation by SAG-AFTRA (Screen Actors Guild‐American Federation of Television and Radio Artists), Black women and girls at every level face hair discrimination.
LET’S TALK HAIR will screen at the New York City TV Festival. NYCTVF, affiliated with the East Hampton TV Festival, is based on midtown Manhattan and the films will be showcased at the DOLBY Screening Room, 1350 Sixth Avenue, off 55th St, New York, NY 10019. On Friday, November 22, 2019 @ 6:00 pm – Let’s Talk […]
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