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Representation matters.

Emi’s Curly Coily, Cotton Candy Hair (2014)

“Emi is a creative 7-year-old girl with a BIG imagination. In this story Emi shares a positive message about her Curly, Coily, Cotton Candy Hair and what she likes most about it. The vibrant illustrations and fun story teach basic natural hair care techniques and tips in a playful and memorable way.”

By Tina Olajide, Illustrator: Courtney Bernard

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Emi’s Curly Coily, Cotton Candy Hair (2014) 

“Emi is a creative 7-year-old girl with a BIG imagination. In this story Emi shares a positive message about her Curly, Coily, Cotton Candy Hair and what she likes most about it. The vibrant illustrations and fun story teach basic natural hair care techniques and tips in a playful and memorable way.”

By Tina Olajide, Illustrator: Courtney Bernard 

Get it now here and leave a review if you can.


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Poems for the Smart, Spunky, and Sensational Black Girl  

by Rachel Garlinghouse

“Today’s girl has a lot going on! From beads, bullies, and birthdays, to school, sunglasses, and siblings, Poems for the Smart, Spunky, and Sensational Black Girl resonates and inspires! 

From Rachel Garlinghouse (author and mom) and Sharee Miller (owner of Coily and Cute) comes this one-of-a-kind poetry collection that will certainly bring a smile to your little lady’s face and heart.”

You can order it now here


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I discuss the lack of representation and texture discrimination in the natural hair community.

Watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ucwEg4dVvA