African Head Wrap #6

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Today, Black women’s head wraps vary in form and style.
We have silk bonnets at night and African fabrics in the day.
Privately, they have been a tool for protection:
keeping our hair undamaged, lowering maintenance costs associated with looking professional,
and allowing us to genuinely rest our weary heads. Publicly,
they have become an aesthetic symbol of Black identity and a rebellious spirit.
The reclaiming of the headwrap as something that Black women consciously choose and voluntarily adopt,
however, is a recent phenomenon.