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In essays written with humor and wit, Kendrick reimagines what it means to be “a good black woman”—from women choosing never to have children to mothers regretting their choice to have them, from being a lonely black atheist to conquering loneliness as a single woman in a foreign country—and, in the process, challenges the expectation that black women serve as noble martyrs or sacrificial lambs.

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  • : Keturah Kendrick
  • : She Writes Press
  • : 9781631525353
  • : Engels
  • : Paperback
  • : 184
  • : juni 2019
  • : 238
  • : 215 x 139 x 14 mm.
  • : Etnische studies; Genderstudies: vrouwen en meisjes