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Thank you for this comment. I see my work as an awakening of the moral agency of Black women specifically and all women generally. Black women specifically because they are working toward an awakening that is oppressed through the constructs of race, class, and gender. I will be pouring more into the blog as I close in on my voice for my dissertation. Please feel welcomed and return often to visit. We can sit on the porch and snap peas, have coffee or tea and build.
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Regina Agu "Forbidden Fruit" 2010 mixed media and collage on paper www.reginaagu.com
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