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Posted inArt & Culture, News

“Black Women and Girls are in a State of Emergency”: An interview with Amorous Ebony

West Baltimore native Amorous Ebony is glamorously poised and muti-faceted. She is a musician, poet, model, acivist, organizer of Black Womyn Rising, and co-owner of Tightfisted Fashion (2114 N. Charles St. #100), a vintage boutique, performance venue that provides a safe space of unity and connectivity for the Black femme community in Baltimore City. Her […]