Ever Seen An Illustration of a Black Fetus? Probably Not

Black voices, black creators, black businesses — there’s a reason why we should support ourselves

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I saw an illustration of a black fetus in the womb of a dark-skinned woman some time ago, it had gone viral over the shock of seeing a depiction of a black…

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Young, graceful womanist. You should read my stuff while you’re here <3 💌 Email: winifredakpobi@gmail.com

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