Rosalind Cash was a Locs Trailblazer in Hollywood.And she didn’t hide her naturalness underneath a wig.The Sister refused to play stereotypical roles. You know,the maids, slaves, and Aunt Jemimas.Rosalind Cash left the planet in 1995, at the age of 57.
We are repressing our natural texture…instead of embracing it.
Alice Walker said in a speech a few years ago that oppressed hair puts a ceiling on the brain…
Here are 2 girls from the Nyangatom People from Southwest Ethiopia and Southeast Sudan. This is alikeness to the trademarked Sisterlocks created by Dr. JoAnne Cornwell (below) in 1993.
(courtesy of Sisterlocks.com) With Sisterlocks, we can finally have that wash ‘n go hair. And we no longer have to go to bed with the Harriet Tubman/Slave headscarf. We can be free and just lay our head down on the pillow…pleasant dreams.
his is Asha Mandela, the Guinnes World Record Holder for the Longest Locs: 19 feet, 6 inches. Asha calls her hair her baby. She believes her locs are the center for her energy, wisdom, understanding and strength. She feels that her locs are a spiritual entity. She is overprotective of her hair and cares