Susan B. Anthony and Kinky Hair

Yesterday I parted my hair down the center and brushed it down. Then I started to twist it.

I couldn’t find the pins to pin it so I just pulled it up.

Many people don’t know this but women with kinky hair have to twist their hair to straighten it. It’s one of the only ways to get your natural hair straight without heat.

So many times we end up going to bed looking like this minus the earrings. It’s Gods design but he’s given us lots of tools to manage our hair.

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Then this morning I came across one of my books on Susan B Anthony. It reminded me of my hair yesterday.

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I was going to share this link for learning but there are errors.

Susan B. Anthony was born in 1842 and died in 1913.  She believed that men and women should have equal rights and was a very well-known civil rights activist. She helped women gain stability by getting their fair share including their property. In 1979 (my birth year) the US government put her on a coin. This made her the first woman to appear on  a United States coin. All this information comes from reading in a book. No one ever taught me about her until I picked up a book. Please read books.

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I’m homeschooling still.

My son has enough credits to graduate already but he may, when we feel safe again, choose a good school.

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