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Emma Dabiri on the power of hair, why she hates the word 'diverse' and redesigning capitalism

Emma Dabiri on the power of hair, why she hates the word 'diverse' and redesigning capitalism

Update: 2020-06-24
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Emma Dabiri is an author, academic, and broadcaster. Her debut book, Don't Touch My Hair, was first published in 2019, which combines her personal experiences and analysis of 'the complex visual language of African hair'.

She talks to Krishnan in the about the language of identity, the history of race and why she now loves her hair. 

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Emma Dabiri on the power of hair, why she hates the word 'diverse' and redesigning capitalism

Emma Dabiri on the power of hair, why she hates the word 'diverse' and redesigning capitalism

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