Maura Judkis

Washington Post

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Reporter covering culture, food and the arts at the Washington Post.

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The face of America is changing — literally now that many people must wear masks outside their homes.

Masks are becoming fashion. What do they say about self-expression?

The face of America is changing — literally now that many people must wear masks outside their homes.

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