As an uprising rocks his neighborhood, Bill Jameson is focused on finishing paintings representing Black womanhood. But the arrival of an unexpected muse reveals his shallow assumptions. With humor and heart, Childress takes on class, patriarchy, and the artist’s role in community.
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