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How to Be a Beautiful Colored Girl

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October 3, 2019


The Colored Girl Beautiful’s host Aseloka Smith, writes a letter to Madame Emma Azalia Hackley, an accomplished, world traveling, Black activist and certified diva who, in 1916, wrote a book of advice to other Black women on how to make it in America. In this first letter, Aseloka reflects on how Madame Hackley’s words have endured over the last 100 years, and how they’ve impacted Aseloka’s journey through Blackwomanhood and into self acceptance.

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Host, Creator: Aseloka Smith

Producer: Nichole Hill

Check out the Original book, The Colored Girl Beautiful, by Emma Azalia Hackley

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