Hair Me Out is an event that was made for Black History Month. Black hair is multifaceted. It is resistance, a revolutionary crown. It’s beautiful. It’s not just hair. Our roots are rooted in an ever changing culture of blackness. Every strand is an ode to self-love. From February 3rd—March 20th, be sure to visit Davis Family Library’s atrium and Upper Level to see what black hair means to our diasporic MiddKids. We plan on touching on the history, politics, diversity of textures, care routines, styles and personal significance of black hair.
This event is an extension of the exhibit at the library and is now in collaboration with the Black Student Union on campus.
- Sponsored by:
- Black Student Union