Synopsis: In this visual essay Luz Guzman, a young Dominican woman who lives in the Bronx, bridges who she is today with the roots of her past. In so many families, what we do to our hair – how we care for it, style it, understand it – is passed down through our mothers, aunts, sisters, cousins, friends. Who we are and how we present ourselves to the world is owed to this tight-knit circle. This is to community. “…and to all those Dominican girls who always felt a little different. These are my sisters and I, the new generation of Dominican Women” – Luz Guzman
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