Black Men’s Perspectives on Hair, Race and Black History Month
We set out to gain a better understanding of Black History Month. In doing so we reconnected with California Jones, who invited some of his boys who might be willing to offer black men’s perspectives, direct and unadulterated.
In candid interviews with San Diego rapper Teddy Benson, and actor/model/producer California Jones, we heard it straight and raw. There’s not much more to say except we were pumped to be hangin with the boys.
Teddy is a San Diego-born artist and rapper. His vision is to give people the energy, through music, that they need at that very moment to live their best life…to spark the fire inside of those waiting to be great. He pours his soul and his life experiences into his music.
California is an actor, model, stunt man, action director and self-defense practitioner. When he’s not shooting fight scenes he’s operating Cine Bulevar Media, which creates, markets, and distributes urban micro-budget films for mass market and internet tv audiences.
See portraits of these men in Portraits of The Longhairs Part III.
See some of the greatest men of history in Celebrating Black Men With Long Hair.
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since marijuana is legally sold, it seems that american society is more tolerant to rastafarian seeming look ( before, reggae and dreads locks were seen as cannabis use evidences)