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Cultural Roots: Celebrating Black History Month with Traditional African American Hairstyles

  Between the early 1920s and late 1930s, an intellectual, social, and creative explosion took place in Harlem, New York—known as the Harlem Renaissance. The Renaissance is considered to be an important part of African-American culture, giving birth to cultural expressions, and re-establishing the importance of African-American art in society. But more than that, it also revolutionized Afro-Centric fashion and gave birth to various fashion … Continue reading Cultural Roots: Celebrating Black History Month with Traditional African American Hairstyles