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The conditions of the experience were so carefully crafted, it felt surreal at times. I cried again and again. When the girls took their seats at the table; when I examined the free negro registry; when we all named our roots and said the dreams for our lives aloud; wh...

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Should a Black girl depend on popular music, social media, or television for her identity, she’ll undoubtedly conclude she’s ugly, “ghetto”, angry, intimidating, silly, or unworthy.

 

Literature, particularly the sort written by womanists, serves as a shield from such go...

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