BCB Stupid Black Girl


"An American African woman’s essays about her spirituality, sexuality, traumas, and journey to healing herself. An important and eye-opening contribution to conversations about global identity politics." —Kirkus Reviews
A provocative collection of narrative essays with a unique point of view.
In this book a first generation American New Yorker uses her bold voice to share life experiences through the lens of race, culture, and spirituality. Exploring topics ranging from night terrors, to schizophrenia, to gentrification, to the author’s personal September 11th story. Illustrated with stunning artwork created in response to the essays, this book is a unique collection.