New book titled 'Your Hair Is Your Crown!' embraces the beauty of natural hair

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Tamekia Swint runs a charity, Stylez 4 Kidz, which helps adoptive and foster moms learn how to take care of their African kids' textured hair.

They also specialise in helping biracial families, kids, and group foster homes with haircare education, services, and other resources. Through the support of their donors, they can provide care and confidence to kids through beautiful hairstyles.

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Tamekia is also the author of a new book titled “Your Hair Is Your Crown!” which embraces multiculturalism. Anyone who reads the book, including parents, caregivers, and educators, will find something useful in it.

When people buy this book, they'll be supporting Stylez 4 Kidz. This book is all about exploring natural hair, its beauty, and the importance of society of being accepting of it. 

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"We have a motto at Stylez 4 Kidz that your hair is your crown, period. Your individuality and uniqueness come from your hair, so I hope that people will take away that they are unique. They are individual and important," Tamekia says.

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