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Let’s Declare 2019 the Year of the Black Female Comedian

We no longer have to play into stereotypes to be seen

Tiffany Haddish. Credit: Fairfax Media/Getty Images

I’I’m just going to come out with it and say that 2019 is a thrilling time to be a Black female comic. From Tiffany Haddish dominating comedy blockbusters and Issa Rae blazing trails as a multi-award-winning film and television producer to young Black women being hired in writers’…

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Nash Rose

Nash Rose

Nash Rose is a Musician, Writer, and Comedian based out of New York City. @nashxrose

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