For years, I have wanted to start a group like this because I am a product of a bi-racial relationship. My father is African America and my mother is Italian and Native American Indian. Unfortunately my mother did not know how to maintain my hair. Many times there a challenges that mainly bi-racial woman face and/or the parents of bi-racial children. Woman from all over the Bay area should come together and share their secrets or maybe even offer advice to enrich the knowledge of those who are in need of maintaining healthy bi-racial hair.

Women from various mixed cultures can come together to share the same commonality "Hair" and culture. I am hoping that we grow in record breaking numbers as a family where we can touch the lives of people across the country, who are or have dealt with hair issues as well as parents looking to educate their children culturally. We are the back bone of our families and it is up to us to educate ourselves on the unknown. Whether you are a product of a bi racial relationship or you've entered into one, it is our duty as a women to educate ourselves on our spouse's culture. Especially if you plan to have children.

 

 

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    Grace Jihyun Tahk D.
    "Hello! I'm a mom to 4 half Korean, half Cuban kids searching for some answers on how to maintain long curly hair"
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    Sarah
    "Just someone who is looking for tips/advice/rec­ommendations on how to better take care of my hair in a natural (meaning no chemicals, or heat, and healthy way! :)"
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    Heidi O. Heidi O. commented on a photo
    January 25, 2014

    "I decided to start this group because I am a product of a bi-racial relationship. My father is African America and my mother is Italian and Native American Indian. Unfortunately my mother did not know how to maintain my hair...."

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    Shaunie
    "I'ma child of an African American father and Puerto Rican mother"
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    Yete Yete joined
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    Yete
    "Hi, I am in the process to adopt a biracial child. I am biracial myself, but got super fine staighter hair."
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    Mnk B. Mnk B. joined
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    Mnk B.
    "I am 31 year old mommy to a 9 month old Russian, African American and American Indian baby girl named Kennady Brooklyn. I live in Oakland and looking for new mom friends and new friends for my daughter."
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    Marina A. Marina A. joined
    September 7, 2012
    Marina A.
    "I am a mother of two bi-racial girls. I am married and work as a professional for a Pharmaceutical company. I love fashion and hair so I want my girls to have the best as well."
 
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