Stylist, Educator, and Founder of Kolour Kulture Keya Neal (@keyaartistically) is hosting the fourth annual Texture VS Race Summit on November 27-29 in Baltimore, MD. Kolour Kulture and the annual TVR Summit aim to tackle the salon industry's long-standing textural discrimination and favoritism towards straight hair through hands-on education and anti-racism coaching.
Each year, hopeful stylists graduate from beauty school with a standardized education that leaves them wholly unprepared and undereducated to serve a rapidly diversifying clientele. Kolour Kulture’s goal is to update that curriculum.
Join Kolour Kulture for their signature event, where you will learn how to identify and work with hair as a fabric by understanding its unique properties. They’ll also address the elephant in the room, race, by exploring the history of texture discrimination and the cultural significance of natural hair.
To learn more and to get an Early Bird discount, visit texturevsrace.com.
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