White Noises: On Performing White, On Writing Performance

@article{Jackson1998WhiteNO,
  title={White Noises: On Performing White, On Writing Performance},
  author={S. Jackson},
  journal={TDR/The Drama Review},
  year={1998},
  volume={42},
  pages={49-65}
}
That phrase launches a notorious monologue in Ntozake Shange's Spell #7 (1979),' one that satirizes the behaviors and perceptions of conditioned whitegirlhood. It became particularly notorious among those white feminists-the "women's movement faction of white girls"-who had perhaps too vociferously expounded upon the infamous "beau willie" episode in Shange's earlier for colored girls who have considered suicide, when the rainbow is enuf (1975); after Spell #7, they began to question Shange's… Expand
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