A Comment This White Mother Appreciated about Her Black Daughter’s Hair

If you’ve been reading this blog long, you’ve been on my hair journey with me and my daughter (who originated from Ethiopia) as we’ve laughed and cried our way through this new and daunting experience.   [Read more...]

What MSNBC’s Mockery of Romney’s Black Grandson Means

Every time MSNBC beclowns itself with absurd conservative hate, NRO should repost Charles C. W. Cooke’s excellent takedown, “MSNBC’s Alternative Universe.” [Read more...]

Celebrating “Natural Hair” – Funny Tee

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As I mentioned yesterday, hair in the African American community is a Very Big Deal, and we’ve waded into the issues now that we have a daughter from Ethiopia. [Read more...]

What This White Mom Did to Her Black Daughter’s Hair: The First Trip to the Salon

I had Naomi’s hair in two twists to make it easy for the stylist to work through. Or, so I thought.

As I’ve mentioned before, hair has been a challenge in our trans-racial adoption of our five year old daughter Naomi.  [Read more...]

Update on the Target Cashier Who Criticized My Black Daughter’s Hair

Remember this?  A few months ago, I went to Target with my black daughter whose hair was not “done.” [Read more...]


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