Blacks and dating and jews
Also, I have heard that the more “African” you look–dark-skinned, coarse hair (think Wesley Snipes, Whoopi Goldberg)–the more ignored and overlooked you will be in the workplace … Isn’t diversity supposed to be inclusive of everyone–natural hair, blue eyes, fine hair, etc.?
and the more light-skinned or “whiter” you appear (think Halle Berry or Beyoncé) you appear, the easier it is to get promotions. Also, why does wearing natural hair, braids, locs, twists or any “Black” hair style that accommodates and is more healthy for our hair structure have to always be perceived as something negative, or worse, “political”?
17, 2015, with Tyndale Momentum, an imprint of Tyndale Publishers.
Accounting for more than three-fourths of the world Jewry, Israel and the United States represent the two major Jewish population regions.
Question: I am a Black woman from continental Africa who chooses to have natural Black hair, not relaxed or chemically altered in any way.
I wear my natural hair not as some political statement but because it is the hair that God gave me and intended me to have, just as it was intended for some Caucasians to have blue eyes or blond hair.
New Orleans Saints tight end Benjamin Watson (82) celebrates after a touchdown in the third quarter of the game against the New York Giants at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
New Orleans won 52-49, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 1, 2015.