First … I know you’re here to get info about your hair. So, I thank you for all the comments and star rating thingys on the beard post (and all the others post too). I know that I don’t comment much, but Shelli’s so on top of responding to comments that I think my responses would be overkill. But, for real, … I do read the comments and I THANK YOU all for even reading the posts!
OK … this is a quickie … kinda like a video Daily Double on Jeopardy!
I know many of you have already seen this video posted by the New York Times. I found it over the weekend via a Huffington Post tweet … it is a 9 minute documentary segment on natural hair, Transition by Zina Saro-Wiwa. Watch it here if you haven’t seen it yet.
It’s loaded with fuel for conversation regarding social, political, race, gender, health, history, self-image, community and other topics. All things that I LOVE to share, challenge, exchange ideas and dialogue about. BUT … who am I to pose questions or challenge women about their thought processes around their hair? To me, it makes more sense for you, the women/supporters of Hairscapades, to speak your mind.
So … here are two surveys so that you can tell the world why you went/are natural …
Feel free to comment and speak to the hundreds of thousands of readers that I’m sure will see this on not only Hairscapades, but also from hundreds/thousands of other sites that re-blogs this! (If you do re-blog this survey … please let Shelli know. I hope to collect all the data and re-distribute it back to the public).
I look forward to reading the feedback …
And ohhhh … you might also want to peep the slide show of The Coiffure Project by Glenford Nunez at the end of the Huffington Post article.
I’m not gonna say much about it … EXCEPT that these are some beautiful pics, BUT all but one are of “mass media safe” subjects. That’s all.