Episode 3: Nona Faustine

January 10, 2017
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Photographer Nona Faustine asks us to examine what it means to be an American. In her Brooklyn studio, Faustine talks with Kate and Clarity about the importance of paying tribute to under-recognized histories, notably the histories of slavery and of African American lives lost through police violence. Faustine discusses mourning rituals, the challenges of taking nude self-portraits in public spaces, and the lost art of the family album.

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