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DIASPORA CARTOGRAPHIES In the SOCIAL TYPOGRAPHY OF BRAIDING

Hairstyles are more than just a fashion statement for many cultures. For black & brown people, hair has always played an important role across diaspora.

Dreadlocks are culturally perceived as a connection to wisdom. Neither a fad, nor about getting attention.

Hair is a soul connection to heritage and even a Divine connection.

In George's family, all the men have dreadlocks, going back generations. To them, the hairstyle has cultural and religious importance, his mother said.

“Our hair is where our strength is, that’s our roots,” Darresha George said. “He has his ancestors locked into his hair, and he knows that."LINK

For more about how dreadlocks are braided into the texture and fabric of cultural depth see: https://www.sydneyrmaubert.com/ CARTOGRAPHIES OF BRAIDING

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