Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow
An interracial family enjoys a Saturday ritual. After a pancake breakfast, the mother goes to a hair salon, while the little girl and father style each other's hair. Because her father is bald, the little girl must use her imagination, play-dough, and ribbons to create his hair-do. Each week, the family enjoys each other's new hairstyles.
Racial Diversity; Biracial; Interracial; biracial child; interracial family; interracial marriage; mixed race
African American / White
mother and father
hairdressing; playing pretend; pancake; weekend ritual; father and daughter bonding
Dunn-Dern, Lisa, "Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow" (2005). DIVerse Families. 128.