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Do you have a set of clothes, a pair of shoes, an outfit or some accessory that makes you feel powerful? That is what TWO GIRLS WORKING decided to explore in interviews and photographs of women of all ages across the country. Two Girls Working is a pair of artists: TIFFANY LUDWIG and RENEE PIECHOCKI. They met with groups of women and had fascinating discussions about race, age, work, power and clothing, and then photographed the women in the clothes that were most empowering to them. The results were often surprising and complex. Some of the interviews and photographs of this important and enjoyable project have now been collected in the book TRAPPINGS: STORIES OF WOMEN, POWER AND CLOTHING. Tune in tonight and learn how you should never judge a person by their appearance. To enjoy the TRAPPINGS interviews and photographs, go to: http://www.twogirlsworking.com/