From My Mother's House of Beauty
From her childhood in Englishtown on the Caribbean coast of Honduras to her life in the Seventh Ward, Henry writes of transitions and shifting identities. Susan investigates her many worlds: family homes, beauty salons, public schools and fashion runways. Part memoir, part ethnography, House of Beauty explores what it means to be a black Honduran woman living in New Orleans.
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Review: From My Mother's House of Beauty: The Neighborhood Story ProjectUser Review - rhea - Goodreads
I forgot to write a review when I was finished and now my exact feelings are lost. Good read, just remember feeling done before I was finished. Read full review