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May 11, 2017

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Today I share two more pictures of Gabrielle’s vacation with Bennie and me in Philadelphia, PA, Summer of 1999

Posted May 11, 2017

Annie Shaw-Barnes, Ph.D.
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Hi everyone,

I write to share two final pictures of our family vacation in Philadelphia in the summer of 1999.

We were there the Fourth of July and enjoyed Philadelphia’s Beautiful Parade and in evening we attended a jazz festival in the park. Here, you see Gabrielle on the way to the festival and, though you do not see us, rest for sure we are a few feet away, and she, Bennie, and I had a special time sitting on the ground and listening to jazz, a social moment with her, during our busy education vacation.

I hope you enjoy the photographs.

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Selected Works

Articles
In the Phylon journal, my article "The Black Beauty Parlor Complex in a Southern City" examines the role of the beauty parlor in the adaptation of black women, by social class, in Newport News, Virginia. In the Virginia Social Science Journal, young adult men are adamant about becoming unwed fathers.