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An evocative celebration of African-American women and their unique hairstyles presents more than fifty gorgeous photographs, along with lively, personal narratives that explore the relationship with hair and beauty that has long been a part of African-American culture. 40,000 first printing.
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Michael Cunningham is the originator and photographer of Crowns and the photographer of Spirit of Harlem. He is the executive director of Urban Shutterbugs, a photography and mentoring program for inner-city youth. His works have been featured in museums across the country. Visit his Web site at www.mcphotog.com
A frequent lecturer on pop culture, George Alexander is the author of Why We Make Movies, and has written for VH1, Black Enterprise, Daily Variety, and American Legacy. He is a graduate of Morehouse College and Columbia University Graduate School of Business. He lives in New York City.
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