Before Their Time: Four Generations of Teenage Mothers
More than a million teenagers become pregnant every year in the U.S. Here, a young black woman, her mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother tell us in their own words of their childhoods and their lives-and why they all became teenage mothers. Foreword by Robert Coles.
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