Believe or not, some women STILL have segregated friendships. Yes, every woman is of the exact background and lineage sitting in your living room or riding in your car. How is evolution even fathomable if we segregate ourselves and don’t realize that when all women were fighting for women’s rights everyone locked arms, and demanded equal treatment. Every color stood tall together to initiate diversity in our world.
Karina Moreira, a 15-year-old patient at Dana-Farber/Boston Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders Center, provides suggestions on how Cancer patients can use head scarves and headbands to style themselves and still be alluring, even after hair loss from cancer treatment. View more videos at dana-farber.org or Karina’s blog: chicbykarina.com. She is a strong-willed individual that is teaching us adults a lesson.
Karina did not make a head wrap video for all Irish women or all Scottish women. The next time you have a dinner party or any gathering extend invitations to all of your sista’s, not just the sista’s that have the exact color of skin as you do. Segregation is over, Master said, we can all integrate, so try it!
I admire Karina, and it was a tear-jerker watching this video, because we are aware she is ill and battling Cancer, but reaching out to help others at the age of 15 years old. This little woman is courageous and unselfish. She is supporting all the women who have lost their hair and maybe their self-esteem that have lost their hair to Cancer. Some of the women in this photo gallery have Cancer,but you can’t tell who, can you? When you are attractive and strong-willed you will locate and thrive on that inner strength to breathe and fight until you can’t anymore.
Hair doesn’t make you beautiful, look at Karina.
She is adorable and a fighter, and when it comes to Cancer, all Sista’s are fighting this fight.