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In the first episode of Insecure, Issa, played by Issa Rae, the co-creator and the star of the new HBO show, imagines a white colleague lecturing her about romance. “Educated black woman are highly unlikely to get married the more education they have,” this poltergeist tells Issa, in the middle of a staff meeting. “On the bright side, many black woman are work-focused and find happiness in their careers.
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