Jan and Ama – More Than Just Hair | The Listening Project
Fi Glover introduces a conversation reflecting how the identity of black women has changed in a generation; dreadlocks have a different significance for this mother and daughter.Tweet
Natalie | My Name is...
Natalie has always struggled to get a decent haircut in high-street hairdressers. The reason? She has afro-textured hair. New standards in hairdressing were announced in 2021 which mean trainee hairdressers will now learn how to cut and style afro-textured hair. Will these changes bring the choice that so many black women like Natalie have been asking for? And if so, could this be at the expense of black-owned hairdressers?
Black hair styling | Woman's Hour
How black women choose to style their hair, the lengths we go to for our appearance, and how the Autumn Statement will impact on women's lives.