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Angry black-white girl : Reflections on my mixed race identity.

Author: Nia Diaspora
Publisher: Place of publication not identified : Nia Diaspora
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English
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Nia Diaspora, an art school dropout of African-American, Hungarian Jewish, and Lebanese ancestry writes about living, working, and activism as a mixed race queer in a wealthy Boston suburb. In a stark, cut and paste format, she debunks stereotypes with short essays about her family and her personal history.
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Genre/Form: Zines
Personal zines
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nia Diaspora
OCLC Number: 317593021
Notes: A personal zine.
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Description: 18 unnumbered pages : illustrations ; 22 cm

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Nia Diaspora, an art school dropout of African-American, Hungarian Jewish, and Lebanese ancestry writes about living, working, and activism as a mixed race queer in a wealthy Boston suburb. In a stark, cut and paste format, she debunks stereotypes with short essays about her family and her personal history.

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