ZORA
Celebrating and centering the experiences of women of color.

I took the plunge and stopped relaxing my hair a few years ago, and I haven’t looked back

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It Has to Be Said

Mo’Nique’s ‘auntie’ comments prop up supremacist standards

Remember Little House on the Prairie and the bonnets the White women wore? Historic head coverings weren’t a problem for real or fictional White women. Why are they a problem for Black women? Image: Getty.

An excerpt from the ECHOING IDA collection

Putting on your face isn’t as important as it used to be

Black woman applying cream to her face in front of a mirror.
Photo: NickyLloyd/Getty Images

The beauty industry is changing during the pandemic but Branch thinks that’s a good thing

A photo of Miko Branch.
Miko Branch. Photos courtesy of Miss Jessie’s, LLC.

ZORA

Celebrating and centering the experiences of women of color.

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