Head Scarf Chronicles
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Head Scarf Chronicles

Smar Abuagla is 13 years old and a typical American teenager. She also happens to wear a head scarf at school. In her own words, she describes how she arrived at this decision and how her classmates have come to regard her. (Pierre Kattar; Additional assistance: Tara Bahrampour/The Washington Post)

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