Why Lauryn Hill’s “Miseducation” Album Matters Now More Than Ever

Where are the dark-skinned women artists?

I was twenty-five when the album of my life “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill” dropped in late summer of 1998. A friend, who is no longer a friend because I wrote something about her recently — excitedly alerted me to Lauryn Hill’s long-awaited gem, and as young women with a healthy…

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Juggling Wordsmith. I have a lot to say! https://www.amazon.com/Women-Tribe-Short-Stories-Capturing-ebook/dp/B09MC7VRJ6/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=ezinne+ukoha&qid=163

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