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ALL ACCESS PASS

Get granted an ALL ACCESS PASS to Casey's entire virtual book tour series as she dives into conversations about representation in media, doing it all and authenticity with some of her peers and favorite Curly Girls!

Your all-access ticket includes a free copy of Curly Girl: My Curls are Mine to Love. From May 4th to June 4th, new conversations will be released twice a week. You will receive access instructions upon checkout.

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GUESTS INCLUDE

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CHRISTINA WATKINS

JUNE 7, 2021

ANCHOR, WDSU NEWS IN NEW ORLEANS

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ROBIN BARNES

JUNE 9, 2021

"SONGBIRD OF NEW ORLEANS"

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SHEBA TURK

JUNE 11, 2021

MORNING ANCHOR, WWL TV NEW ORLEANS

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CASMÉ

JUNE 14, 2021

THE VOICE CONTESTANT, SINGER, SONGWRITER, PHILANTHROPIST

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TO BE ANNOUNCED

JUNE 16, 2021

ANNOUNCING SOON

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AMARI BOOKER

JUNE 18, 2021

SINGER, ACTOR AND CURLY GIRL ILLUSTRATOR

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DR. YABA BLAY

JUNE 21, 2021

SCHOLAR, ACTIVIST, PUBLIC SPEAKER, AND CULTURAL CONSULTANT

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TO BE ANNOUNCED

JUNE 23, 2021

ANNOUNCING SOON

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TO BE ANNOUNCED

JUNE 25, 2021

ANNOUNCING SOON

 
Curly Girl Virtual Book Tour
27 DAYS TO THE EVENT
Get granted an ALL ACCESS PASS to Casey's entire virtual book tour series as she dives into conversations about representation in media, doing it all and authenticity with some of her peers and favorite Curly Girls!
Jun 07, 6:00 PM – Jun 25, 7:00 PM
Live Interview Series
 
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

CASEY FERRAND MCGEE

Casey Ferrand McGee is a New Orleans native who has a television and media career spanning more than 20 years, from her days as a child actress in to her career as a nationally award-winning journalist. Casey became a journalist because she always loved writing and storytelling.


In 2017, she made the bold decision to wear her short-cropped curly hair on the news in New Orleans. Ever since, her curls have been a source of admiration and inspiration to women and young girls who have seen her on the news.


Casey wrote this book to continue inspiring curly girls everywhere to embrace the beauty of their natural hair. The book and the character, Baylee, were born out of her experience as a young girl seeing black women on the news and aspiring to one day be a journalist. She hopes her charge to be her natural and authentic self, will show the importance of representation in media.