How Instagram Changed Black Women’s Relationships With Stylists

Hairstylists have found a new way to market their businesses, but it has come at a price

Dara T. Mathis
ZORA

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OnOn any given Saturday, you will find Black women busy ministering to each other, congregating in spaces akin to church. We do not leave the same way we came in. Standing beside bowls of water to baptize weary…

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Dara T. Mathis
ZORA

Dara T. Mathis is a parenting writer who is interested in the intersection of parenthood with race and gender. But mostly, she loves a good story.