Black Women and Pleasure: Ancestral Lessons We Should Learn
In the age of COVID, and the ongoing fight for voting rights and against anti-abortion legislation, it’s worth exploring: How did Black women tap into their spirits to find moments of pleasure? To practice self-care? Born in 1875, our foremother Alice Dunbar-Nelson provides a model for us.
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