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Louisiana in 1786 the tignon law was a tactic used to combat the men pursuing and engaging in affairs with Creole/Black women. Fast forward to 2020 Black women are still being discriminated for their natural/Afro textured hair. This piece very much so focuses on the beauty of natural hair and the creative ways we style, manipulate, and accessorize our hair. 30x48- mixed media

Kreyol

$875.00Price