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Care for Color - E100 "Season Trailer"
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Care for Color - E100 "Season Trailer"

CARE FOR COLOR is about self-love, self-care and self-knowledge through the lens of the African diaspora.

CARE FOR COLOR is about self-love, self-care and self-knowledge through the lens of the African diaspora.

22min

Care For Color - E101 "Loving the Skin You're In"

Canadian-based international runway model Stacey McKenzie demonstrates why loving every part of ourselves gives us permission to conquer the world!

Canadian-based international runway model Stacey McKenzie demonstrates why loving every part of ourselves gives us permission to conquer the world!

22min

Care For Color - E102 "Up From The Roots"

Meeting with noted Los Angeles guerilla gardener Ron Finley, host Ngozi Paul looks at the various roots that nourish our bodies and engages a group of diverse women on the "wear and care" of black hair!

Meeting with noted Los Angeles guerilla gardener Ron Finley, host Ngozi Paul looks at the various roots that nourish our bodies and engages a group of diverse women on the "wear and care" of black hair!

22min

Care For Color - E103 "For The Love of Water"

Having conquered her personal challenge to swim and surf, host Ngozi Paul takes on the stereotype that black people can’t swim.

Having conquered her personal challenge to swim and surf, host Ngozi Paul takes on the stereotype that black people can’t swim.

22min

Care For Color - E104 "Afrodisiac"

The art of feeling, looking and being sexy is explored in this episode where host Ngozi Paul indulges in all things Afrodisia.

The art of feeling, looking and being sexy is explored in this episode where host Ngozi Paul indulges in all things Afrodisia.

22min

Care For Color - E105 "Crowns/Art of Celebration"

How do you wear your crown? Follow host Ngozi Paul as she and Wrap Life founder Nnenna Stella demystify the art of tying cool, funky and swanky head wraps that have long been a fashion statement, and are a symbol of unity, identity and black cultural

How do you wear your crown? Follow host Ngozi Paul as she and Wrap Life founder Nnenna Stella demystify the art of tying cool, funky and swanky head wraps that have long been a fashion statement, and are a symbol of unity, identity and black cultural