Still Not One of My Girls — and That’s Okay!

WHEN LENA DUNHAM’S Girls premiered in 2012, I was one of the few black feminists who wrote that I did not care about the whiteness of the cast. Her depiction of a Brooklyn emptied of brown people in a white hipster utopia warranted critique, but I found it puzzling that anyone would think that women … Continue reading Still Not One of My Girls — and That’s Okay!