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Black & Kinky Against Brown Waves has one more night at New York’s Wow Café Theater. The oldest and only theater for women and sustained by women, closes its falls season with a one woman show from DC native, Margaux Delotte-Bennett. A story of self discovery, a story of self love, and mainly a travel dictionary of one Black women’s journey to India for six months. And life isn’t all Eat, Pray, Love for Black women abroad. Between natives staring at her hair, men fondling her on buses, and everyone denying the fact that she was American, only, African; Margaux still found the time to write poems and give back to country that humbled her. The show has only two nights left, September 16 and 17, 8pm. $15 Tickets are available at the door.

Ever been to Japan? South Africa? Ireland? Clutchettes speak up, what was your experience?

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  • Sheena

    I’m living in Istanbul right now. I’m having a hard time with the staring as well. I had one woman pull me into a picture just because I’m black. I’ve seen two other black women who were visiting from Africa I haven’t met another black American yet- still hoping.

  • Jade

    I think it’s very important for BP in general to start traveling the world more.

  • grandgryph

    “Africans always wanted me to be from what ever country they were from. It was just unnerving.”

    strange. people not too long ago were going on about how africans in africa rejected them.