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A meditation on beauty that starts by describing some female family members who Rosemarie admired as a child—her cousins Pansy and Juanita—and ends with a broader look at the way a certain attitude of resilience in the face of injustice and pain has sometimes helped African Americans forge uncommon internal beauty.

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