As I am: young African American women in a critical age

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Calling on lessons learned from their mothers, sisters, and friends, the 36 women of As I Am speak candidly about what it means to be a young African American woman. Photographer Julian Okwu pairs each of his gorgeous duotone portraits with a frank and compelling interview.
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Grouped Work ID 40b2f1d9-382f-11c8-0aa0-75ca6a75f75e
Grouping Title as i am young african american women in a critical age
Grouping Author okwu julian c r
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subject_facet African American women -- Interviews, African American women -- Portraits, Young women -- United States -- Interviews, Young women -- United States -- Portraits
title_display As I am young African American women in a critical age
title_full As I am young African American women in a critical age by Julian C.R. Okwu
title_short As I am
title_sub young African American women in a critical age
topic_facet African American women, Young women