Exploring How Black Beauticians fueled Black Power Building during the Jim Crow Era

Episode 13: Exploring How Black Beauticians fueled Black Power Building during the Jim Crow Era

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**ABOUT TODAY’S GUEST**** Dr. Tiffany M. Gill joined Kia Croom for a candid discussion that underscores the anti-Black racism that continues to be perpetrated on Black hair globally. Plus Dr. Gill discusses her book, Beauty Shop Politics Beauty Shop Politics: African American Women's Activism in the Beauty Industry.

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