The poems of Laini Mataka embody her sharp wit and genuine love for
Black people. The title poem is a lament for the strong Black woman
who "carried the family in her belly, the community on her head,
and the race on her back". In other poems, Mataka explores
relationships in the Black community -- between parents and
children, between men and women, between herself and the universe.
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