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Professor and author Moya Bailey, joins Mark to discuss her new book Misogynoir Transformed: Black Women’s Digital Resistance that explores how courageous Black women—straight, lesbian, queer, and trans—are speaking out against anti-Black misogyny that pervades the Internet through the creation of new content and digital practices. This and much more on today’s show!
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