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Natalie Del Favero Anth 263 Week 9/30 1. Did Ms. Sherman, in Professor Jacobs-Huey’s book From the Kitchen to the Parlor : Chapter 6, ever get a chance to tell the media her intentions of using Nappy Hair children’s book in her classroom? The public’s reaction seemed a bit extreme to me and I’m sure that Ms. Sherman did not intend to cause a racial divide. 2. I agree with the women from the Los Angeles hair show that hair stylists should only be licensed after showing competency in various different types of hair. What are the standards to getting a cosmetology license in hair care? 3. The progression from the first “black” Barbie dolls, the Crissy doll, to
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Unformatted text preview: Taliah Waajid’s kinky-haired black mannequins shows that the hair industry have been making small incremental steps towards broadening their view of hair. It surprises me that the hair industry has been slow to come up on this variation because by marketing hair products for specific types of hair, the products would appeal to a broader range of people, and their sales would increase. Why has the hair industry been so stable while the rest of the world’s industries are prospering from reaching out to a global audience?...
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