"There they are with body parts like everyone else
While being discriminated against from the rest
A color of their skin is always described as worse
While a continent of their origin is the best
The size of their hair is called a sign of failure
When they have a leader, a dictator is called
They were not meant to succeed in the future
Now education has given them exposure
Now every brain of them is a liberator
Then let's stand while the Africans stand up
For us the world to make them proud
Although history has now been set aside
And their continent is still a prize "
The reason why we should accept our hair and our natural looks
It is a form of consciousness to show whiteness that you value your nature. It is a revolutionary act. Of course it becomes a trend over time. Shaving is problematic, remember that removing your hair is a sign that you are uncomfortable and that means that you do not appreciate nature as it is, and it simply symbolizes that you do not accept your blackness as an African are not proud on your race.
That's why you reject the natural you. It has a psychological impact. It's the same as our sisters who weave and everything. It says they want to be white.
Whether they see it this way or not is not important. So as black brothers we tend to keep our hair and beard to show our naturalness and also embrace the formal vintage dressing a very revolutionary message. Remember that whiteness is a social construct that believes that you adapt or that you perish. So vintage style says to whiteness that we refuse to adapt to this current dress code. It has to do with power laws. One is the law of appearance. If you seem to be backwards, the system gets angry. Imagine if we were all to wear old vintage clothing, the clothing market would be bankrupt.
That's why it affects the system. It also looks like a very intellectual being. So it's great to be black, weak, poor and ugly. We should not worry because we are people like everyone else. So let's not remove what naturally exists, because we will act in a way of lack of acceptance and lack of appreciation. Let us be proud of our blackness. Without ownership of the land and ownership of our mineral resources, and without us managing ourselves independently, that is a description of poverty and weakness. And without accepting our blackness and being proud to be African and then doing fabrics and hairpieces, we send a message that we are ugly.