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BLACK HAIR!—BLACK WOOLLY HAIR FEATURED ON WHITE TV VIDEO ON HOW WE ARE GOING BACK TO OUR WOOLY ROOTS WORLDWIDE-FROM ADEGBOYEGA THOMPSON ON FACEBOOK

December 8, 2014

from ADEGBEYEGA THOMPSON ON FACEBOOK

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WE MUST HAVE A BLACK STANDARD OF BEAUTY BASED ON THE BLACK SKINNED BLACKEST WOMAN

Monday, December 08, 2014

BLACK PEOPLE!!!!!—BLACK WOOLLY HAIR IS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL HAIR IN THE WORLD!-SEE THIS VIDEO THAT WHITE TV DID ON BLACK PEOPLE GOIN’ BACK TO THEIR WOOLLY ROOTS!-FROM ADEGBOYEGA S. THOMPSON ON FACEBOOK!

from ADEGBOYEGA  S, THOMPSON ON FACEBOOK

My 200% support for all my Sistas that wear and carry proudly their natural hair…
— with Lori Danley and 7 others.
Going back to our “roots”
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How Black women all over the world are going natural..
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  • Mary T. Jefferies When I was in lower level School, the Caucasion students would tease me about my hair. I told my Mother when I came home from School.My beautiful Mother sat down with me laughing and said”Baby, your hair states who you are. It’s part of your heritage. Your hair strong and kinky because your Ancestors are from Africa a Continent with many country’s full of your people with original hair just like yours because we are from the original people with strong hair. That straight limp weak hair you see on their heads is not the original hair. They are an extension on of us. Remember that we come from original people. You remember what I’m telling you are teach this to your children so that they can teach to their children. The Library is our information center we should go often and take our children because what we need to know will not be taught in the schools .
  • Princess Oyeyinka Oluwa @Mary T. Jefferies…you nailed it. Pple of my culture even question why I have locks on my hair? I tell them it’s the style I chose to wear my hair natural. My children know the reason is becos I need to maintain my Africaness. And my 9 year old daughter with curly and kinky hair cannot understand why I dress her hair with real sheer butter and unrefined coconut oil to enhance her curls. Teach your children how to be proud of their hair. And they will never go astray.
  • Princess Oyeyinka Oluwa Yep. I am nappy haired and proud.
  • Ta’Seti Efuntola-Osunlade We are the Mothers and Fathers of Humanity! Whites, Asians, Native Americans … all have Black African Ancestors! Their ancestors too had wooly hair!

A BLACK PRESIDENT OF DOMINICAN REPUBLIC WITH BEAUTIFUL WOOLLY HAIR?-YOU BETTER BELIEVE IT!-FROM NY TIMES 2008

December 11, 2009

THIS BLACK,WOOLLY HAIR PRESIDENTE OF THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC IS A MAJOR BLACK BREAKTHROUGH!

http://www.nytimes.com/2004/12/05/nyregion/05dominican.html?_r=1
Dominican President Wins a Third Term
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Published: May 17, 2008
SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic — Dominicans who went to the polls on Friday had been given chickens, poured beer, promised new homes and even handed cash during a spirited frenzy of campaigning. But President Leonel Fernández won a third term in office largely as a result of a campaign gift to the populace that dwarfed those of his six opponents: a shiny new subway system.

“It’s something for all of us,” said Francia Catalina Peña, 71, who stood outside one of the downtown stations, a glass and granite structure that juts from the ground at an odd angle. Her vote went to the man she calls simply “Leonel.”

Mr. Fernández’s campaign slogan was “Pa’lante,” Dominican slang for onward, and his giant public works project was rushed to completion to allow him to offer free rides before the polling. For a while he even drove the subway train, the first in the Caribbean outside of Puerto Rico.

Opponents said the $710 million used to build the nine-mile subway line, which happens to roll through the struggling neighborhood where Mr. Fernández was born, could have been better spent on the country’s poor.

“All that money that went for this should have gone here,” said Eddie Urenya, 55 and unemployed, rubbing his belly. “It’s nice, but is it needed?”

Perhaps not. But many Dominicans said they saw the project, which still had not opened officially, as a sign of the country’s progress. And in a country where corruption is all too common, others argued that at least the money was not pocketed.

“It’s true that it’s a lot of money, but it’s a project for the people,” said Ramona Hernández, director of the Dominican Studies Institute at the City College of New York.

Mr. Fernández grew up in the Bronx and maintains strong ties there. “Leonel grew up in New York and has a fascination with the place,” said Eduardo Gamarra, a professor at Florida International University in Miami and Mr. Fernández’s longtime friend and campaign consultant. “For him, the Metro is part of that, a way to make this city modern and boost national pride.”

Early returns Friday night showed that Mr. Fernández appeared to have garnered more than 50 percent of the vote and clearly would not need to enter a runoff election. His main opponent conceded late Friday.

Mr. Fernández has been widely credited with steadying a country that he inherited in economic crisis. He was first elected in 1996 and then returned to the presidency in 2004, as banks collapsed, inflation skyrocketed and waves of Dominicans headed to the ocean in boats to seek better lives in the United States.

Mr. Fernández’s chief competitor, Miguel Vargas, an engineer, was public works minister in the last government. The two men battled during the campaign over which of them would drag the Dominican Republic back to its troubled past.

Mr. Fernández, 54, whose Dominican Liberation Party vastly outspent all rivals, sought to link Mr. Vargas with the problem-plagued presidency from 2000 to 2004 of Hipólito Mejía, who left the country near collapse.

And Mr. Vargas, 57, representing the Dominican Revolutionary Party, raised the specter of the last president to win two consecutive terms, Joaquín Balaguer, a strongman who rigged elections, jailed opponents and stuck around for decades, leaving office in 1996.

“We have seen the harm that re-election has done,” Mr. Vargas said at a recent election rally.

Mr. Balaguer’s legacy prompted the country in 1996 to bar sitting presidents from serving again, a law that was changed again in 2002 to allow two consecutive terms.

Mr. Fernández has made no secret of his desire to amend the Constitution to lift term limits altogether, a controversial notion in a country with a history of dictatorship.

Even with his apparent victory, the Dominican Republic faces entrenched problems, despite an economic growth rate that has approached 10 percent in recent years. Global food prices are on the rise, blackouts are still a way of life for much of the capital and unemployment hovers around 15 percent. On top of that, a building boom and a steady influx of tourists have not changed the fact that a quarter of the population lives in poverty.

“Life is hard,” said one of those poor people, Sando Chere, 34, who sells flavored ice on the street and planned to vote for an opposition candidate to stir things up. “None of the politicians, not one of them, really understand that.”

BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL!-THIS NIGERIAN MOTHER TAUGHT HER BEAUTIFUL BLACK SKINNED DAUGHTER TO LOVE HER BEAUTIFUL BLACK SKIN UNLIKE MICHAEL JACKSON’S FATHER AND OTHER MISGUIDED BLACKamerikkkan PARENTS! TEACH YOU CHILD TO LOVE ALL HIS BEAUTIFUL BLACK FEATURES!

August 5, 2009

http://www.tribune.com.ng/02082009/children.html

AS you can see, I’m a beautiful girl because I’m dark in complexion. I like to look nice and beautiful always. My mum always encourages me every time I appear clean, that, I’m black and I’m shining. I sweep my room, lay my bed and clean our sitting room always. I learn how to be clean from my mum because she dresses well. She is my role model when it comes to looking good. - Iremide Oyelaja, 10-year-old, Pry 4.

AS you can see, I’m a beautiful girl because I’m dark in complexion. I like to look nice and beautiful always. My mum always encourages me every time I appear clean, that, I’m black and I’m shining. I sweep my room, lay my bed and clean our sitting room always. I learn how to be clean from my mum because she dresses well. She is my role model when it comes to looking good. - Iremide Oyelaja, 10-year-old, Pry 4.

4 BLACK LESSONS TO LEARN FROM MICHAEL JACKSON’S DEATH FOR BLACK PEOPLE EVERYWHERE!

July 1, 2009

BLACK PARENTS MUST TEACH THEIR CHILDREN TO LOVE THEIR GOD GIVEN BLACK FEATURES! MICHAEL WAS TAUGHT BY HIS FATHER TO HATE HIS NOSE,HIS SKIN COLOR,HIS BLACKNESS! BLACK PARENTS THAT ARE DOING THIS  STOP KILLING OUR CHILDREN LIKE THIS!

BLACK PARENTS MUST TEACH THEIR CHILDREN TO LOVE THEIR GOD GIVEN BLACK FEATURES! MICHAEL WAS TAUGHT BY HIS FATHER TO HATE HIS NOSE,HIS SKIN COLOR,HIS BLACKNESS! BLACK PARENTS THAT ARE DOING THIS STOP KILLING OUR CHILDREN LIKE THIS!

MICHAEL SAID THAT HIS FATHER USED TO MAKE FUN OF HIS NOSE AND CALL HIM UGLY! BLACK PARENTS TEACH YOUR CHILDREN TO LOVE THEIR GOD GIVEN BLACK FEATURES!

MICHAEL SAID THAT HIS FATHER USED TO MAKE FUN OF HIS NOSE AND CALL HIM UGLY! BLACK PARENTS TEACH YOUR CHILDREN TO LOVE THEIR GOD GIVEN BLACK FEATURES!

1. RAISE YOUR BLACK CHILD WITH PLENTY OF BLACK LOVE,TEACH THEM TO LOVE THEIR BLACK SKIN,FEATURES,SELF AND THEIR UNIQUE BLACK BEAUTY!

2.DON'T BLEACH! BLEACHING LEADS TO OTHER SKIN DISEASES AND EVENTUALLY SKIN CANCER AND DEATH,ALONG WITH SKIN SCARRING IN THE PROCESS!

3.DON'T TAKE EXCESSIVE DRUGS,PRESCRIPTION OR OTHER WISE! ANY DAILY DRUG TAKING LEDS TO ADDICTION AND ALL THESE ARE UN-NATURAL CHEMICALS ENTERING YOUR BODY AND THERE WILL BE HORRIBLE SIDE EFFECTS,ALONG WITH ADDICTION! DRUG ADDICTION KILLED MICHAEL JACKSON BEFORE SKIN CANCER DID(WHICH HE GOT BY BLEACHING!)

4.FACE GOD LIKE AFRICAN CULTURE TEACHES US TO DO HISTORICALLY! IF MICHAEL JACKSON HAD TAKEN ALL HIS PROBLEMS OF BAD FAMILY UPBRINGING AND FEELINGS OF INFERIORITY TAUGHT FIRST TO HIM BY HIS FATHER,AND LACK OF PARENTAL LOVE TO GOD THEN HE WOULD HAVE OVERCAME THEM! AS IT WAS THESE FEELINGS THAT WERE THE BASIS OF HIS SELF-DESTRUCTION!

Natural Nappy hair,Charismaallover pictures in slideshow form!!

June 19, 2009

This is just me showing off natural
hair, how it has grown. There’s no
other style I’ll get unless it’s nappy
and natural. No more straight styles
for me. I’m all natural.

OLUWAYEMISI,A BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY FROM YORUBALAND,OYO ALAFIN!

June 19, 2009

OLUWAYEMISI,OMO DUDU OLEWA!

OLUWAYEMISI,OMO DUDU OLEWA!

OLUWAYEMISI WITH HER BEAUTIFUL GELE!(HEADTIE!)

OLUWAYEMISI WITH HER BEAUTIFUL GELE!(HEADTIE!)

OLUWAYEMISI,OMO OYO ALAFIN,IYA ANUOLUWAPO,OMO DUDU OLEWA!

OLUWAYEMISI,OMO OYO ALAFIN,IYA ANUOLUWAPO,OMO DUDU OLEWA!

CHARISMAALLOVER/OLUWABUNMI:BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY OVERWHELMING!-NOT ONLY IS SHE A BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY BUT SHE HAS THE BEST BLOG ON THE NET AT CHARISMAALLOVER.WORDPRESS.COM!

May 2, 2009

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CHARISMALLOVER/OLUWABUNMI'S NEW HAIRSTYLE-BLACK BEAUTY SUPREME!

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ASHA MANDELA,THIS BEAUTIFUL BLACK SKINNED SISTER HAS BEAUTIFUL BLACK NATURAL WOOLY HAIR IN DREAD FORM FROM STUPIDCELEBRITES.NET

October 27, 2008

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Asha Mandela Sets World Record With 8 Foot Dreads (Pictures/Video)
Posted on October 24, 2008

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Asha Mandela of Polk County, has dreadlocks measuring 8 feet, 9 inches and has set the world record for the longest dreadlocks. See Asha Mandela’s dreadlock photos and video below.

Asha Mandela’s dreadlocks are longer than she is tall. Asha began growing her dreads twenty years ago.

Asha wraps her 8 foot, 9 inch dreads around her neck like a scarf, or lets them hang down her back like a veil. Mandela is originally from Trinidad, and began growing her dreads 20 years ago while she was living in New York.

Asha Mandela said she has considered cutting her long dreadlocks before, but loves the hairstyle and it has become too much a part of her to part with them now.

Asha says, “As much as I love it, I get frustrated with it. ” But adds, “But then I realize I’d feel naked without it.”

An executive assistant to the city administrator of Longwood, Florida, Ryan Spinella, was a witness to vertify the measuring of Mandela’s dreads. He said, “I couldn’t say what to compare it with. Just a lot of hair.” Spinella added, “You don’t believe it until you measure it really.”

Mandela’s dreadlocks are very important to her, and she refers to them as her baby. But of course they are quite a bit of work. When she goes in her pool, it takes two hours at least for her dreads to dry. Mandela says, “I try not to have any errands that day”.

Asha Mandela washes her 8 foot dreads once a week, and it takes an entire bottle of shampoo and bottle of conditioner to accomplish the task.

Check out Asha Mandela in the video below:

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gerard Vandenberg on 10-24-2008
WOW!!
…….some heavy stuff, folks!!

Miss Boss on 10-26-2008
wowowowow…. deve essere proprio difficile curare quei capelli….

Cheryl on 10-26-2008
That is really neat! I admire you for your long natural hair!

Black women sporting BEAUTIFUL nappy hair!

July 9, 2008

CHARISMAALLOVER!!

CHARISMAALLOVER!!

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CHARISMAALLOVER IS A BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY!

CHARISMAALLOVER IS A BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY!

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MICHELLE OBAMA WITH HER NATURAL BLACK FEATURED WOOLY HAIR(PROM PICTURE)

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July 9, 2008

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