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NEW YORK — A new show made its debut for Hispanic Heritage Month.

It’s centered around the politics of hair in the Latino community.

The show is actually based on a book, “Bad Hair Doesn’t Exist,” which was written by a mom wanting to instill pride in her own daughters.

Sulma Arzu Brown spoke to PIX11 to share her journey.

To purchase a copy of the book, click here.