Tamarla Adams dons locks. After decades of using straightening relaxers and texturizers, more African American women are embracing their hair's natural curl and bend.
Tamarla Adams dons locks. After decades of using straightening relaxers and texturizers, more African American women are embracing their hair's natural curl and bend. Wendy Yang/Charlotte Observer/MCT
Tamarla Adams dons locks. After decades of using straightening relaxers and texturizers, more African American women are embracing their hair's natural curl and bend. Wendy Yang/Charlotte Observer/MCT

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For many black women, hair tells the story of their roots

October 09, 2009 6:01 PM

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