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Who Will Revere Us? (Black LGTBQ People, Straight Women, and Girls) (Part 1)

April 23, 2012
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Who Will Revere Us? (Black LGTBQ People, Straight Women, and Girls) (Part 1)

The title of this four part article is a metaphorical nod to the legendary jazz singer, songwriter, actor, and activist Abbey Lincoln (also known as Aminata Moseka) whose essay, “Who Will Revere The Black Woman?” is featured in the ground-breaking anthology The Black Woman. Edited by Black feminist author, screenwriter, and visionary activist Toni...
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