A black girl’s constant fear: Why I thought I’d never live to see 33 by Brittney Cooper

iStockPhoto2girls“What threads these women’s lives together is the collective lack of national care for their stories. Black women have been passing these narratives around the blogosphere and social media to each other, posting collective laments, and wondering if anyone else cares. These stories are not national news to anybody else, but they are national news to us.”

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