In “Sisterhood, Shared Threads,” an African-born American puts on her scarf, turns to her American friend [/artist] and ties a headscarf onto her. Women everywhere commonly give scarves to each other. Culminating in a hug, the headscarf ritual represents a form of female bonding that honors the immigrant’s expert knowledge, while transcending national borders and cultural differences.
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