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‘Black Girl, Call Home’ Helped Jasmine Mans Show Up for the Women in Her Life

The poet pens a book-length love letter to Black girls and women on our journey of discovery and healing

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Spoken word artist and poet Jasmine Mans’ latest poetry collection, Black Girl, Call Home, is an invitation inside all the bitter and sweet moments that exist…




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