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Carefully crafted wisdom that equips young black girls to embrace their inner power.

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“In an era when Black girls are bombarded with negative stereotypes on traditional and social media platforms, Badass Black Girl offers welcome advice to Black girls to embrace their individuality and to develop positive mental and body images. Written in clear understandable prose, Fievre provides numerous examples of women such as a Toni Morrison, Michelle Obama, and Madam C. J. Walker, who exemplify Black excellence, and equips Black girls through a series of exercises and affirmations with the tools to become “Badass” women who know their worth.”
Geoffrey Philp, author of Garvey’s Ghost

“Protecting our young Black women and femme-identifying youth is so important―M.J. Fievre lays this out with grace, care, and the most powerful love in the phenomenal Badass Black Girl. So often, our society tells us that we’re so strong, so resilient, so able to fix everyone else’s world―this book reveals the truth: Black women/femme-identifying people are just as tender, just as in need of affirmation and praise, just as worthy of an embrace from self and from those around us. This book is a celebration, an affirmation, a history text, a little bit of memoir, and an exuberant prayer for the prosperity of Black women.”
Ashley M. Jones, author of Magic City Gospel

“M.J. Fievre gives every girl her own set of black pearls of wisdom.”
Marie Ketsia Theodore-Pharel, author of Beauty Walks in Nature

Badass Black Girl is the big hug you need. M.J. Fievre’s newest work is a glorious love letter to the Black women who have shaped and loved us, to our griots and groundbreakers. Within these pages, Fievre celebrates Black girls in all of their power, vulnerability, and beauty and offers instructions for self-love, taking responsibility, creating art, and expressing gratitude. I wish I had this book when I was younger, and I’m happy I have it now.”
Jennifer Maritza McCauley, author of SCAR ON/SCAR OFF

“You'll come away from Badass Black Girl feeling as if you've known the author your entire life, and it's a rare feat for any writer. M.J. Fievre is the best friend, the confidante everyone yearns for.”
Michael Reid, "Mike, the Poet," author of Dear Woman and The Boyfriend Book

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