Black Positive People : Teen Sisters Write Book Urging Young Girls of Color to Celebrate Their Hair

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    Teen Sisters Write Book Urging Young Girls of Color to Celebrate Their Hair


    They were encouraged by their father to turn their hair passion into a business opportunity

    Like most teens, sisters Zakia (15) and Alanna (14) Tookes, wanted part-time jobs to earn extra cash while on summer break. Their father, a real estate investor, entrepreneur, and published author, challenged them to find a more enriching work opportunity outside of working at their neighborhood fast food restaurant. Tookes wanted them to learn how to turn their pain points and passion for hair into an experience that could make them money and also teach them basic entrepreneurial and professional skills.


    * Teen Sisters Write Book Urging Young Girls of Color to Celebrate...
http://www.blackenterprise.com/smal...heir-hair-with-new-book-do-i-like-what-i-see/ - 233k - Cached - Similar pages
Jun 29, 2017 ... a book that helps women and young girls of color embrace their natural hair. ... Teen Sisters Write Book Urging Young Girls of Color to Celebrate Their Hair. They were encouraged by their father to turn their hair passion into a ...


    Teen Sisters Write Book Urging Young Girls of Color to Celebrate Their Hair

    Like most teens, sisters Zakia (15) and Alanna (14) Tookes, wanted part-time jobs to earn extra cash while on summer break. Their father, a real estate investor, entrepreneur, and published author, challenged them to find a more enriching work...
    blackenterprise.com
     
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