From My Mother's House of Beauty
rom her childhood in Englishtown on the Caribbean coastof Honduras to her life in the Seventh Ward, Susan StephanieHenry writes of transitions and shifting identities. InFromMy Mother's House of Beauty, Susan investigates her manyworlds: family homes, beauty salons, public schools andfashion runways.Part memoir, part ethnography,House of Beautyexploreswhat it means to be a black Honduran woman living in NewOrleans.
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