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Black History Book

BOBSA has now become an affiliate partner with BLACK HISTORY (BH365) textbook.
We are providing you the exclusive, historic opportunity to pre-order an heirloom copy BLACK HISTORY BOOK — over 1,200 pages filled with incredible images and knowledge.

Mommy, Mommy Why am i so different ?

About the book: Mommy, Mommy, Why am I so different? Is a story about a seven-year-old girl, named Africa Jones who becomes inquisitive about her appearance after being teased by her new classmates. It’s not until Africa has a conversation with her mother that she understands her history, her appearance and her existence. Mommy, Mommy, why am I so different? Is a story about learning to know one’s existence while developing one’s self esteem. The book highlights African civilization, Black history, Black empowerment, self esteem, Black pride, inclusiveness, God (higher power), Afro Christianity and Afro religious principles. The moral of the story comes down to having thankfulness and pride. For ages 1-11.

Another New Beauty Supply Store Opening

EXCLUSIVE HAIR & BEAUTY
ONE OF BOBSA’S SUCCESS STORIES OPEN OCT 2020
EXCLUSIVE HAIR & BEAUTY 175 PALM DRIVE LANCASTER, TX 75146

GG Beauty Supply Store

GG Beauty Supply Store
ONE OF BOBSA’S SUCCESS STORIES OPEN IN COT 2020
GG BEAUTY SUPPLY 1750 HWY 160 W. SUITE 101-234 FORT MILL, SC 29706

Genesis Beauty Supply

Wanda Hunter
Genesis Beauty Supply
1850 Douglas Road Montgomery, Illinois 60538
630.880.8548
Beauty and Bliss begin with Genesis

Complimentary Professional Photo Portrait for Kevin Livingston for Challenging the Korean Beauty Supply Cartel

This is a letter written to Kevin Livingston we would like to share with you. Please allow me to introduce myself; I am Penelope Bunn, Editor-in-Chief of Diplomacy | Arts | Culture - www.DAC-News.com, a United Nations - Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)...

The NATURAL

In the mid 60’s, a new look that was a draw back to the original Afro hairstyle called the NATURAL. This was to allow the hair to grow out naturally then groom and comb or “fork” it out to a neat round appearance and cut to a well-rounded shape. The first...

B.B.B.S.A. 2008

Annie Malone developed and popularized the pressing comb in the early 1920’s. She owned a Beauty School Chain called Poro College (Poro: a West African word meaning organization dedication and discipline) in Chicago, Indianapolis and St. Louis. She was the...

Get Your Business Open/Closed Sign

Lady in the Circle Open/Closed Sign

This sign will be offered to the new beauty supply stores that we open, also it’s available for any beauty supply store that want to display the black lady in the circle on an open and closed sign.
Help promote the black lady in the circle and advertise that the store is a black owned business.

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Get Your Business Open/Closed Sign

Get Your Business Open/Closed Sign

Lady in the Circle Open/Closed Sign

This sign will be offered to the new beauty supply stores that we open, also it’s available for any beauty supply store that want to display the black lady in the circle on an open and closed sign.
Help promote the black lady in the circle and advertise that the store is a black owned business.

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Embrace Small Beauty and Barber Black Owned Salons

How can your brand Embrace Small Beauty and Barber Black Owned Salon businesses in Philadelphia with Beauty’s Ultimate Gift? Your brand can help us Embrace small black owned salon businesses, that have been greatly impacted by the COVID-19 Pandemic, by...

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