Black Girls From The Hood Are The Real Trendsetters — Wanna's World
The following is an ode to black girls who grew up in the ghetto. Black girls who stay in the beauty supply and seek refuge in the nail salon. Black girls who lay their edges with the utmost precision. Black girls who were carefree before it became an aesthetic. I write this to acknowledge you, to a
Amandla Stenberg: Don't Cash Crop On My Cornrows
The Hunger Game's 16-year-old Amandla Stenberg delivers a crash course on black culture with a fellow classmate for their history class. http://www.hypehair....
Questioning the chaos of calling out cultural appropriation
Dreadlocks worn by Justin Bieber and an American student have hit headlines recently – but who does a hairstyle belong to? We look at all sides of the argument
Osheaga's headdress ban shows festival's zero tolerance for cultural appropriation
The Montreal music event’s decision to ‘respect and honour’ First Nations people was praised for taking an uncompromising stance toward the ubiquitous offence
The Confused Thinking Behind the Kimono Protests at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts
The Boston Museum of Fine Arts recently cancelled an event they had called “Kimono Wednesdays,” that, according to the museum, sought to engage people by arranging enhanced encounters with works of art.
ONTD Original: The Metamorphosis of Kylie Jenner : A Tale of Appropriation of Black Culture
This is the True Story of how a rich, white girl from Calabasas, California went to great lengths to transform herself into a black woman. WARNING: This post features graphic shots that your eyes may not be able to bear. If you are sensitive to inflated lips, oompa loompa levels of orange,…
Stop thinking and just eat: when 'food adventuring' trivializes cultures
Foodies’ taste for ‘authenticity’ can easily become another example of cultural appropriation in the quest for trendy ‘exotic’ flavors