People all have their own quirks and unique traits. Like in Sunne’s Gift, sometimes these differences are perceived as ugly and unacceptable. Sunne’s story is here to remind us to see these differences as gifts. How do you see Sunne’s Gift in you?
Ama Karikari Yawson, in her Huffington Post column, tackles the varying issues of marginalization in our society today, shedding light on the importance of the beauty and power of difference.
The first in Milestales’ “The Gift” series. Read the full article here.
Various leaders in the natural hair community talk about why Afro-textured hair is a gift. Read the full article here.
Here are some tips and reasons why it’s better to keep your natural hair. Read the full article here.
Niyya Tenee, the found of Locs Revolution, is on a mission to uplift the image of locked hair, which is often seen as dreadful and unsanitary. Read the interview with Niyya Tenee here.
Are real men defined by their ability to dominate, trick or seduce women? Read the full article here.
The many established identities from the black community give back in different ways. How do you? Read the full article here.
The inspiring and profound works of Maya Angelou remind black women everywhere of their infinite potential and capabilities. Read the full article here.
Lupita Nyong’s natural beauty and title as “Most Beautiful” in People’s magazine show the value of self-love and true appreciation of beauty. This is hope in the midst of the imposed unrealistic standards of beauty for women in media today. Read the full article here.
More discussion on how the army regulations favor the natural looks of a white woman as more black women share their stories. Read the full article here.