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Letters To My Daughters: What I Will Tell My Little Black Girls About Their Blackness

Black girls deserve to live in the beauty of their Blackness

Before I hand my infant daughter to her mother for feeding and soothing, I talk to her in rhymes and spellbound lyrics from Jay-Z songs and Old Dirty Bastard ad-libs. I finish tickling her small tummy, the tummy that can…

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