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About Chanté Griffin

Journalist and natural hair advocate Chanté Griffin’s socially conscious work centers the intersection of race, culture, and faith. She’s a contributing writer for The Washington Post, Faithfully Magazine, and L.A. Parent. Her articles, essays, and interviews have appeared in more than fifty publications including HuffPost, Los Angeles Times, Ebony, Good Housekeeping, and Parents. In her free time, Chanté enjoys raking up late fees at her local public library, pretending she’s a cast member on Dancing with the Stars, and living her best Black life.