Don’t you dare!

Why The Second Season of Netflix’s “Luke Cage” Is An Ode To Black Women Who Dare

Mild spoilers

The brilliance of Netflix’s Luke Cage is indebted to the way showrunner and former music journalist, Cheo Hodari Coker organizes the themes of cultural and familial ties under the guidance of the women who are more than up to the formidable task of directing the ebb and flow of the slippery but solid tree-lined…

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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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Ezinne Ukoha

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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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