Before Their Time: Four Generations of Teenage Mothers
Before Their Time offers a unique glimpse into the lives of four black women, each of a different generation but all from the same family--all of whom became teenage parents. In their own words these women tell about their childhoods, their sex lives, their work lives, the struggles they faced as young parents--and why they became adolescent mothers.
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