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Best Curl Defining Products For YOUR Natural Hair Texture!

Best Curl Defining Products For YOUR Natural Hair Texture!

A good friend labeled me an "Afro Bohemian Snob" so I am running with it and indulging in all aspects of afrobohemiansnobisms. This is a celebration of sexiness, afrocentricity, left leaningness, and...

Ankh tattoo. The ankh is a Egyptian sign that Egyptians believed it would take you through the after life.

Ankh tattoo. The ankh is a Egyptian sign that Egyptians believed it would take you through the after life.

The ankh is a most sacred symbol. Henna allows you to express all your desires. #HENNAFYD Fundi Fe 616-322-3166 #Henna #BlackHenna #HennaHead #FundiFe

The ankh is a most sacred symbol. Henna allows you to express all your desires. #HENNAFYD Fundi Fe 616-322-3166 #Henna #BlackHenna #HennaHead #FundiFe

A Puerto Rican writer and historian, Schomburg was active in researching and advocating for greater awareness of the important contributions by Afro-Latinos and black Americans to U.S. history.

LOOK: 27 Afro-Latinos Who've Shaped American Culture

A Puerto Rican writer and historian, Schomburg was active in researching and advocating for greater awareness of the important contributions by Afro-Latinos and black Americans to U.S. history.

VIDEO - Unbelievable how racism is so universal. Ecuador and racism.

VIDEO - Unbelievable how racism is so universal. Ecuador and racism.

Jaime Hurtado González (7 February 1937-17 February 1999) was an Ecuadorian politician of African descent aligned with the Democratic People's Movement (DPM), a deputy in the Ecuadorian parliament, and at the time of his death was standing for election to the Ecuadorian presidency.

Jaime Hurtado González (7 February 1937-17 February 1999) was an Ecuadorian politician of African descent aligned with the Democratic People's Movement (DPM), a deputy in the Ecuadorian parliament, and at the time of his death was standing for election to the Ecuadorian presidency.

Lady Mina Lastra, Miss Ecuador 2010, the third woman of Afro-Ecuadorian descent to win Miss Ecuador

Lady Mina Lastra, Miss Ecuador 2010, the third woman of Afro-Ecuadorian descent to win Miss Ecuador