Angry Black-White Girl

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'''Angry Black-White Girl''' is a [[perzine]]] by Nia Diaspora published in Boston, Massachussetts, U.S.A.,  and one of a series of zines by her about mixed-race identity.  
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'''Angry Black-White Girl''' is a [[perzine]] by Nia Diaspora published in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.,  and one of a series of zines by her about mixed-race identity.  
''Angry Black White Girl'' features autobiographical stories about growing up mixed in Massachusetts, away at college in Maryland, family legacies of internalized racism and race-related interrogations on the job as a temp caterer. The zine also features comics from the Boondocks. The successor to this zine was called  ''Ungrateful Black-White Girl''.
''Angry Black White Girl'' features autobiographical stories about growing up mixed in Massachusetts, away at college in Maryland, family legacies of internalized racism and race-related interrogations on the job as a temp caterer. The zine also features comics from the Boondocks. The successor to this zine was called  ''Ungrateful Black-White Girl''.
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.]] [[Category:Massachusetts Zines]] [[Category:2000's publications]] [[Category:Perzine]] [[Category:POC Zine]]

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Angry Black-White Girl is a perzine by Nia Diaspora published in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A., and one of a series of zines by her about mixed-race identity.

Angry Black White Girl features autobiographical stories about growing up mixed in Massachusetts, away at college in Maryland, family legacies of internalized racism and race-related interrogations on the job as a temp caterer. The zine also features comics from the Boondocks. The successor to this zine was called Ungrateful Black-White Girl.

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