1. First-Person Prayer for Reclaiming the Body
  2. Martina (Mick) Powell
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  1. From Invisible, to Ho, to Magic: A Narrative Examination of the Ways that Literacies Disenfranchise and Empower Black Girls
  2. Stephanie Anne Shelton
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  1. Black Feminist Literacies: Ungendering, Flesh, and Post-Spillers Epistemologies of Embodied and Emotional Justice
  2. Samantha Pinto
  3. pp. 25-45
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  1. Damn, I Love the Strippers! A Black Feminist Analysis of Rihanna’s “Pour It Up”
  2. Heidi R. Lewis
  3. pp. 47-59
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  1. Beyond the Side Eye: Black Women’s Ancestral Anger as a Liberatory Practice
  2. Julia S. Jordan-Zachery
  3. pp. 61-81
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  1. Beyond Blurred Lines: Black Girls, Urban Teacher Education, and Anti-Rape Pedagogy
  2. Ashley N. Woodson, Dorinda J. Carter Andrews
  3. pp. 83-104
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  1. Walking through the Dark Forest: Embodied Literacies for Shadow Work in Higher Education and Beyond
  2. Kakali Bhattacharya
  3. pp. 105-124
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