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Damali Abrams is a multimedia performance artist known for her weekly television program, Self-Help TV. In Autobiography of a Year, video-taped readings of personal journals and diaries she has kept since the fifth grade, she contends with race, gender, and sexuality through the recounting of personal experiences in her life. She organizes her writings thematically, tackling issues from self-help to pop culture and its effects on girls and women of color. By sharing the most intimate details of her life, she is able to touch on universal experiences with which everyone can relate.