My Borrowed Hat

Levia Quequezana


When the challenges of raising six children in a new culture are overwhelming, Levia Quequezana borrows a traditional Peruvian Wititi hat, a connection to her ancient roots and a reminder that people sometimes have to be disguised to fit in. 

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