This young Black man is awesome. He looks very cute and professional and I can feel his hunger for success. I definitely advise everyone here to watch more videos of Chicken Connoisseur and I hope he will achieve his goals. I just love THIS KID!
Pick from one of three handmade dolls or score all three for $125. Buy here for $44.95 each.
Check out illustrator CuteandCoily’s Society 6 shop for dozens of natural-hair-themed products like this mini art print. Buy here for $18.
The Kurly Kid Toolbox includes a silk sleep bonnet, a pack of GaBBy bowsdesigned not to slide out of hair, a smoothing boar brush, a detangling comb, a book entitled “I Love Me” by and an “I Love My Hair” T-shirt. Buy here for $79.99.
How adorable is this tiny Solange shirt? It reads “Don’t Touch My Hair” and comes in 10 different colors and a onesie version. Buy here for $20.94.
A self-love book for boys. “Cool Cuts” is a sequel to “Happy Hair,” a call-and-response book aimed at girls. Buy here for $14.95.
An alphabet lesson for the ages. Buy here for $25.50.
Because kids should be able to see people who look like them doing amazing things. Buy here for $15.
“My Life As“ dolls come in not just a range of professions but a range of diverse ethnicities. The 18-inch doll has brushable hair that kids can play with and style. Buy here for $27.97.
This award-winning children’s book teaches black kids to love their hair and their heritage. Buy here for $6.08.
You don’t even need a full head of hair to have natural pride. Buy here for $20.
The LeenGreenBean Etsy shop has an array of adorable crocheted natural hair dolls, including this rainbow version. They’re made to order, so you can get this doll in any colors you choose. Buy here for $60.
It’s never too early for a positive message. Buy here for $29.99.
This positive message T-shirt comes in toddler, youth sizes, and an infant romper. Buy here for $12.
There are lots of books about celebrating natural hair, but this one has the distinction of being written by none other than bell hooks and illustrated by Chris Raschka who wrote “Yo! Yes?“ Buy here for $5.92.
Kinky Chicks has a wide selection of natural-hair-inspired apparel for men, women and kids. Buy here for $20.95.
Roger Yuan talking about American Assassin and training Dylan O'Brien
DT: What’s your next project?
Roger Yuan: I just finished fight-training Dylan O’Brien, the young actor from The Maze Runner. The project is called American Assassin, and it’s based on the Vince Flynn books. It’s fantastic.
Dylan actually went through a horrific accident where, basically, he had to reconstruct his face. I had to train him physically, but I also had to help guide him, almost like a counselor, in terms of the emotional and psychological aspects of what he had gone through — to not be victimized by the accident, but use it as a tool to work through and get stronger for the future.
I’ve been very, very fortunate. I’ve been able to work with Daniel Craig on Skyfall and Matt Damon on Jason Bourne, so to start a young man off in the process — to start Dylan O’Brien off as Mitch Rapp — I feel very blessed, and hopefully, it bears out that what happened was meant to be.
The scientists toiled for many years to create a Rainbow Monkey in their own image. Unfortunately,they succeeded. When it came time to be tested, the scientists discovered I was unlovable. Unlovable. Ｕｎｌｏｖａｂｌｅ.
I am so, so heartbroken right now for Jay’s family. The world has lost a woman who loved her children and wanted to make the world a kinder place for all of the other kids out there who were struggling. Rest in peace Jay. Your efforts to change the world for the better meant a lot to a lot of people ❤️
Tetrox gave her stomach a satisfied pat as she walked out of the café. Following behind her was Arnick who was looking grimly at his wallet as though it had betrayed him somehow. Once all was said and done, Tetrox had consumed 3 scrambled eggs, 4 sausage links, 4 strips of bacon, hash browns with ketchup, 4 slices of toast with jam, a blueberry waffle, that smoothie she ordered, and somehow still had room to fit in a glass of orange juice with two free refills. Arnick had put it all on his Bank of Inkopolis debit card, and while his wallet wasn’t physically any lighter than it was before, it certainly felt figuratively lighter.