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Columnist Adofo Minka argues that the inclusion of outgoing Mississippi Department of Corrections Director Pelicia Hall (pictured), and other women of color, administrators and political figures, in "Black Girl Magic" distorts our understanding of power and justice for those incarcerated in prisons akin to concentration camps. Photo courtesy MDOC.

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OPINION: Pelicia Hall and the Political Emptiness of 'Black Girl Magic'

Many believe "Black Girl Magic" improves on the silences in "black power" and is validly wielded against patriarchy. Columnist Adofo Minka argues that a closer look reveals it is an ...


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