A Piece of Us: To Whitney and the Millions of Invisible Black Girls and Women Who Struggle with Addiction

A Piece of Us: To Whitney and the Millions of Invisible Black Girls and Women Who Struggle with Addiction

I’ve included this article because I thought I might make use of it one day, for a Language task, perhaps. The writer makes a personal connection to the death of Whitney Houston, as a fan of her music, but also raises the issue about the media’s perception of the superstar.

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