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Young Reflection; Old Reflection
Janaína Angélica Magalhães Vieira-Marques
BrazilGALLERYCONVERSATION
I was prepared to be the pretty girl like my dolls. With time I perceived that my childhood objects pointed to a woman similar to the...
I remember as a little girl watching television and seeing fabricated women, almost always blond with blue eyes, present children’s programs and sell fashionable accessories.
Today, I am conscious of the products I buy. I attempt to spread games, music, and folklore that identify with the cultural formation of my country, which, in its majority, is afro-descendant.

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