Girl gurl grrrl : on womanhood and belonging in the age of Black girl magic / Kenya Hunt.

by Hunt, Kenya [author.]Looking glass; Carty-Williams, Candice, 1989- On Queenie; Fetto, Funmi. Upon reflection; Harrel, Freddie. Just for me; Horn, Jessica. So we don't die tomorrow; Okobi, Ebele. Loss.

Publisher: New York, NY : Amistad, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, [2020]Edition: First edition.Description: 249 pages ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780008371975; 9780008371982; 9780008372019; 9780062987648; 9780062987662.Other title: Girl girl girl.Subject(s): African American womenLooking glass | RacismLooking glass | Self-esteem in womenLooking glass | Self-realization in womenLooking glass | Women -- IdentityLooking glass | Women, BlackLooking glassAlternative form: Electronic version: Girl gurl grrrl :: on womanhood and belonging in the age of Black girl magic / 9780008371999
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

'Powerful, intelligent and vital - one of the year's must-reads'

Hannah Nathanson, Features Director, ELLE



Featuring contributions from Candice Carty-Williams, Jessica Horn, Ebele Okobi, Funmi Fetto and Freddie Harrel.

In the vein of Roxane Gay's Bad Feminist, but wholly its own, Girl is a provocative, heartbreaking and frequently hilarious collection of original essays on what it means to be black, a woman, a mother and a global citizen in today's ever-changing world.



Black women have never been more visible or more publicly celebrated. But for every new milestone, every magazine cover, every box office record smashed, the reality of everyday life remains a complex, nuanced, contradiction-laden experience.



Award-winning journalist and American in London Kenya Hunt threads razor sharp cultural observation through evocative and relatable stories, both illuminating our current cultural moment and transcending it.

Author notes provided by Syndetics

Kenya Hunt is the Deputy Editor of Grazia UK. Her career spans working for some of the world's most influential women's titles on both sides of the Atlantic from her post-grad days at Jane magazine, to her years as Deputy Editor of ELLE UK. Her writing has appeared in The Guardian, The Evening Standard and other publications. And she's made a number of appearances on BBC Woman's Hour, Sky News and more. An American based in London, she lives south of the river with her husband and two sons.

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