36 unnumbered pages : chiefly illustrations ; 22 x 28 cm
"In 2009, I published a book, In the presence of family : Brooklyn portraits. It addresses issues of race, gender, class, and diversity through photographs of families transformed through biracial adoption, LGBTQ parenting and intermarriage. [This] second book provides a seven-year photographic history, 2003-2010, of these families [featuring photographs from the original work with newer portrait of the same family on facing pages] ... I know the people I photograph, having taught art to many of the children." -- Introduction.
Sequel to: Rosen, Ann, 1948- In the presence of family : Brooklyn photographs.
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