Lou Outlaw, Ph.D., talks with, from left, Marilyn Wyatt Harris, Harriette Bias-Insignares and Alycia Buford-Penn at the recent reception for Project Crowning Glory, Outlaw’s photography exhibit celebrating African-American women in Middle Tennessee who have been diagnosed with cancer.
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