Saidiya Hartman

author, Guggenheim Fellow, professor at Columbia University

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Sex parties, queer relationships, and multiple partners were not unusual during the early 20th Century in African American neighborhoods in Philadelphia and New York.

Poor black women at the turn of the 20th Century lived quiet, revolutionary lives

Sex parties, queer relationships, and multiple partners were not unusual during the early 20th Century in African American neighborhoods in Philadelphia and New York.

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