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Five older women are joined by a visitor -- a younger woman from Brooklyn. The young woman is a pivotal character. Taylor says she's "indoctrinated And she's changed by this experience of finding out about these women, through their hats. Photographer Cunningham says the lone younger character is consistent with his experience in collecting images for the book.
There are many photos of women in their 40s and older, but very few of women who are younger. When they were working on the book, photographer Cunningham and author Marberry learned that most women own more than one hat.
On average, Mayberry says, the 50 women in the book owned 54 hats each. Accessibility links Skip to main content Keyboard shortcuts for audio player. Based on a book of photos by photographer Michael Cunningham and journalist Craig Marberry, Crowns tells the story of six African-American women through the hats they wear to church. Online, view a photo gallery of costume sketches for the play. Facebook Twitter Flipboard Email.
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