All month, Sharee Bryant had been hearing women talk about hair.
She’d overheard two women in a grocery store checkout line talking about a $62 shampoo and conditioner combo designed for black women who had decided to forgo chemically straightening their hair. She’d heard a woman at her church questioning why so many of the young women in the pews had the temerity to show up with their hair in it’s natural texture — curly, kinky or somewhere in between. And, she had read online about the black women driving from places as far away as Arkansas and Chicago to the Spring World Natural Hair Show in Atlanta.
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