WHAT DOESN'T KILL YOU MAKES YOU BLACKER: A Memoir in Essays
A provocative and humorous memoir that explores the ever shifting definitions of what it means to be black in America. Young gives readers a hilarious and honest narrative that is both a celebration of the idiosyncrasies and distinctions of blackness and a critique of white supremacy and how we define masculinity.
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