This video is for those who say, “it’s just hair,” implying it has no real significance. This sister uses examples from our ancient civilizations of Kush, Nubia, and Kemet/Ta-Mery, then compares them to “modern” styles of Afrikan cultures today in West, Central, and Southern Afrika. This sister even demonstrates that locs are not an invention of the Rastafari, but says they should be celebrated for re-introducing this traditional Afrikan hairstyle to the Afrikan Diaspora.
Anyhow, try watching the video, and let’s discuss if you believe there to be a spiritual significance or connection to our Afrikan hair…
This video explores the spiritual connectiveness and importance of Hair in African cultures.
Let us know your opinion about the video, and let’s discuss if you believe there to be a spiritual significance or connection to our Afrikan hair… in the comment box below.
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