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Everything You Need to Know About Hairlocking: Dread, African & Nubian Locks (2nd Edition)
Everything You Need to Know About Hairlocking Dread African Nubian Locks - 2nd Edition Author:Nekhena Evans From author's introduction (p. ix): "In this book I will share knowledge and information about the nature of 'coily hair' and the origin of locked hair. This hair type clearly distinguishes people of African ancestry from all others. People of African ancestry refers to African-Americans, African-Caribbeans, African-Native Americans and all Lati... more »nos. It is my hope that the information in this book will raise the consciousness and empower people. My goal is to reconnect people of black African origins to the ancient culture and spiritual heritage of their ancestors so that they may reclaim their power."
Chapter titles are as follows: Misconception 1: Most People Who Wear Locks Are Wearing Them As a Fad; Misconception 2: It Does Not Matter if You Refer to Your Hair as Dreadlocks or African Locks; Misconception 3: Locks and Dreadlocks are the Same; M 4: You Must Be Rastafarian, Jamaican or From the Islands if you Wear Locks; M 5: Hair is Dead Matter, A Waste Product That Serves No Significant Purpose; M 6: You Can Grow Locks Fast; M 7: All You Have to Do to Grow Locks is Not Comb Your Hair; M 8: Coily Hair, Black People's Hair Type, Has Limited Growth Potential; M 9: Locked Hair is Not Versatile; M 10: Locks or Dreadlocks Are Dirty and Unsanitary Because the Hair Is Not Washed; Closing Statement; References.« less