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Black women and the city


‘Ain’t nobody want to hear us,’ say the stars of the joyous Single Black Female.

Part Sex and the City parody and all celebration of Black female culture, Single Black Female at Congo Square Theatre is an incredibly different and joyous stage play. Playwright Lisa B. Thompson sets out to lift up the lives of middle-class single Black American women, a demographic largely bypassed by mainstream media in favor of voyeuristic and exploitative narratives of downtrodden poor single mothers.…

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