November 2011
Essence (Time Inc.);Nov2011, Vol. 42 Issue 7, p117
The article offers insights from African American men on things they love about African American women. One man says he loves the way an African American woman walks. A man points out the natural and creative hairstyles of these women. Another man relates how his grandmother nurtured his curiosity as a child.


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