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“Rock and Roll” (See Galleria 📸)
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"Some dope black girl writes" is inspired by the everyday life of a melanated, educated and sophisticated young woman living in an era where she is too young to remember slavery, segregation or "White's Only" locations but now old enough to be terrified at what may come again. Are our people strong enough this time to LIVE not just survive? View more posts
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I am from the ghetto, I hustled my way out of the ghetto
and I define Rock and Roll
as being on your grind to attain success
from the Rock of Ages
to the age of Rocks!!
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