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Thursday, February 27 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
SELF ESTEEM AND SOCIAL MEDIA : How natural hair can define identity in the new media age Queue Early!

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Social media has definitely demonstrated it self to be a force for good, whether in politics, entrepreneurship or in promoting social causes. Yet one area appears to be constantly requiring redefinition: personal identity. This talk will explore the ways that social media has given once neglected demographics a voice-and a face while appearing to mask the pain that growing numbers of users endure in trying to asserting their identity. Central to this talk is the issue of Rachael Dolezal, a white American woman who decides to identify as black, wearing typical African hair and taking a West African name-Nkechi.

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avatar for Sandra Nakawunde

Sandra Nakawunde

Content creator, Nhr sisters
I learnt to love my natural hair so I enjoy creating content to encourage and inspire others on their journey.
avatar for Moses Royce

Moses Royce

Creative hair stylist, Ceezystyling
Royce Samuel is an internal published, award winning hairstylist and educator.Founder of hairstyling brands Ceezys Styling and Thehairmpire, co founder of hair accessory brand Ceezy X Cataleya.Royce have styled virtually all Nigerian A list celebrities, models, society women and the... Read More →
avatar for Adaeze Mokaeze

Adaeze Mokaeze

On Air Personality, Beat fm
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Thursday February 27, 2020 11:00am - 12:00pm
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