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No, I’m Not Her Mammy, Thanks

I’ve been a mama for eight years, nine if you consider the 36 weeks my uterus was being rented out by my daughter Tiny Smalls. I’ve been a Black woman for over three decades and have experienced various levels of … Continue reading

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Does talking erase the weight of race?

In ARP Links yesterday, Elena Perez pointed us to her post on the California NOW Web site: It struck me that, although her family is racially diverse, Millie doesn’t see it.  Maybe that’s a function of many of us having … Continue reading

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