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On the heels of our groundbreaking art book of the same name, which sold out in its first month on Amazon, BlackBook is proud to announce A WOMAN’S RIGHT TO PLEASURE, a radical podcast featuring the most exciting female voices from around the world. On episode 3, host Stoya sits down with artist Sophia Wallace to discuss what it means to be CLITERATE. Listen and subscribe here! Order the book here.

This week, Jamaican rapper Racquel Jones on Thievery Corporation, Black beauty and religious faith; Sterling Ruby nods to Shakespeare with new exhibit at Gagosian Athens; and Dior steps out with a new sunglasses collection.

Meanwhile, Italy's Umbria region gets a stunning new 'Castello' hotel; a Kimpton Pittman guide to Deep Ellum, Dallas; Abigail Spencer dances away the anxiety in new Cinders video for 'Afternoon'; and Gucci turns 100. 

'It is important to me that I did my part in contributing to the representation of darker women as beautiful and powerful.'
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