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Raices Taller's annual 'Mujeres' show succeeds at reflecting on women's lives

A smiling young woman, swathed in a frilly apron, holds aloft a can of Sani-Flush. "I never knew it was so easy," she gushes, gesturing to a sparkling toilet she has just cleaned. Another woman, equally cheerful, recounts how much her marriage…

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