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  • Makaela Nagy

    All three characters deal with an oppression that comes from their societies and cultures. The oppression that Tambu and Nora have to deal with stems from the fact that they are women. Tambu is kept from building a life in education because of what her society believes women’s jobs should be. Nora is also oppresssed by society’s respricted view of women.

  • Anahy Aranda

    #ByN #Fotografia #Photography #Art #Black #Caged #Enjaulada

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