directed by igho diana
project ego explores the nuances of black womanhood through personal anecdotes of millennial women in toronto. with their stories, they express the intersection between womanhood and self-care, as a form of self-preservation. from our relationship with hair, to our work, creative practice(s), and our beliefs, we employ intentional acts of care that inform and sustain our journeys.
as the first offering through igho diana's wellness platform ebony girls obsession (ego), which prioritizes black women in healing, growth, and celebration, she creates a documentary that black girls and women can see themselves reflected, underling that they are enough.
for gentle reminders, self-care tips, and how to #staywhole, connect with the platform ebony girls obsession.