Being a Strong Black Woman Can Get U Killed!!

Mataka, Laini

Published by Black Classic Press, 2001
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Synopsis: The title is a lament for the strong Black woman "who carried her family in her belly, the community on her head, and the race on her back." A magical collection. Slashing and critical. Yet at the same time, it is full of love, insight, and the nourishing stuff that's meant to keep us STRONG and ALIVE.

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Title: Being a Strong Black Woman Can Get U Killed!...
Publisher: Black Classic Press
Publication Date: 2001
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