Back to my Roots! A Ghanaian Sisterlocks journey

Yes there are sisterlock weaerers in Ghana! This blog shares my experiences and those of some of my clients and other natural hair fanatics in our part of the world.

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

In my office at the ICT Centre, University of Ghana

Our Webmaster came round suddenly this afternoon to take photos of 'the Management' for the new University of Ghana ICT portal, so here is one of me, at my desk, caught off guard but looking suitably demure. In the right hand corner of the photo is part of one of my favourite oil paintings by Ablade Glover, a well known Ghanaian artist.


Blogger Creyole said...

Very nice pic!

4:46 PM  
Blogger Creyole said...

Hey there, just wanted to make you aware of my recent blog change.

Name "Creyole" instead of LaChanda
New blog site is
New Email Address:

10:07 AM  
Blogger Amina said...

I've just discovered your blog and you're such a beautiful woman. Congrats on your babygirl!
I grew up in Ghana :)

Are sisterlocks adopted more and more in Accra, generally speaking?
I have a Ghanaian friend that I am trying to convince to wear her hair naturally (I am currently locking) and she told me that she can't because of her culture. Since she was touchy about it, I didn't insist...

7:46 AM  
Blogger YAA Z said...

Hi sis Ama,

I am a ghanaian in connecticut,us. love your sisterlocks. they are so beautiful. I previously wore traditional locks, but I cut them. I am thinking about getting sisterlocs.

7:50 AM  

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