African American Girls Rites of Passage
Sarita Hawthorne wraps the head of a young girl with african cloth for the ceremony. The girls are encouraged to express their creativity and to look into the future and project goals for themselves. "And didn’t anyone tell you that it is at night when you see how beautiful the stars shine? Black is beautiful because black is me. From a poem by Sarah Poole.
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- AFRICAN AMERICAN RITES OF PASSAGE