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Black Women and Extended Family: My Uncle Cut Me Off Once I Stopped Paying His Bills

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Photo by Clarke Sanders on Unsplash Black Women and Extended Family: My Uncle Cut Me Off Once I Stopped Paying His Bills As told to Veronica Wells-Puoane of NoSugarNoCreamMag.com Originally published on MadameNoire.com We all know the wealth disparities that exist between White men and everyone else in this country. And with Black women earning only 63 cents to every…

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Curly Haircare: Vitamin E for Hair Growth – 6 Wonderful Benefits

By Curly Nikki, Natural Hair No Comments

[email protected]_ #repost @itsthatezi Curly Haircare: Vitamin E for Hair Growth – 6 Wonderful Benefits By Jacqueline Samaroo Want to grow hair that’s thick and healthy? It doesn’t take a miracle cure! Read on to find out about the amazing benefits of vitamin E for hair growth! Growing hair that’s thick, healthy, and strong with lots of attention-grabbing shine is totally…

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Conversations with God with Stephen Jay – New Growth With Nikki Walton ep 18

By Curly Nikki, Spirituality No Comments

Nikki Walton – New Growth – Ep. 18 – A Glimpse Into Your Spiritual Identity with Stephen Jay via BeHereNowNetwork Author and spiritual teacher, Stephen Jay, joins Nikki to discuss the Infinite Way, Herb Fitch, Joel Goldsmith, and discovering your true identity by remembering who you are. Stephen Jay is an author and spiritual teacher whose lifework alongside his wife, Lynn…

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How to Treat Dry Scalp – 6 Simple and Effective Lifestyle Changes

By Curly Nikki, Health, Natural Hair No Comments

IG @teamnatural_ #repost @curlelia How to Treat Dry Scalp – 6 Simple and Effective Lifestyle Changes By Jacqueline Samaroo Dry scalp is often a recurring issue for many naturals and non-naturals, alike. Learning how to treat dry scalp can bring you loads of relief from the itching, flaking, and irritation that come with it. We covered some of the causes…

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A Black Childhood Memory: An Indiana Black Girl’s Interaction With The Klan

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Photo by Etty Fidele on Unsplash An Indiana Black Girl’s Interaction With The Klan By Veronica Wells-Puoane of NoSugarNoCreamMag.com I’ve been thinking about the Klan a lot lately. One, because my husband had us watching some Vice documentary on “the new Klan” which purported to be different from the old one. As you might assume, it was some bullshit. They…

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