"No matter how outrageous a black woman’s behaviors might be, the white public usually ignores the black woman."
Xaviera Simmons
One Day and Back Then (Seated)
2007
c-print
  1. "No matter how outrageous a black woman’s behaviors might be, the white public usually ignores the black woman."

    Xaviera Simmons

    One Day and Back Then (Seated)

    2007

    c-print

  1. 305 notesTimestamp: Monday 2013/05/06 10:05:00Xaviera Simmonsblack artblack artistsNYC artistsBrooklyn artistspostblack artblacknessblack womenblack womanblack female artistsblack femalephotographyart
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