Queer Eye in KC | Season 3, Episode 5: Black Girl Magic
Jess works with the Fab 5 to learn how to appreciate her own identity and carve out a space for herself in the world—and make room for her circle of friends and family.
As her story begins to be told, Jess finds that her past continues to haunt her. Through the help of the entire crew, she’s able to reconnect with a long-lost sibling, update her wardrobe, renovate her living space and fully embrace herself.
Ways to Experience this Episode
- 18th & Vine Historic Jazz District: This unique district is the epicenter of both African American and Kansas City history. Find baseball, jazz, barbecue and more among this legendary street.
- Midwest Genealogy Center | Mid-Continent Public Library: Find family ties and histories using the resources available in this wonderful library.
- Kansas City Friends of Alvin Ailey: A renowned dance center based in the 18th & Vine Historic Jazz District that’s dedicated to diversity and inclusion.
- West Elm: Found on the Country Club Plaza, this nationally known brand has everything you need to update your home, inside and out.
- Kansas City's LGBTQ History: Explore Kansas City’s role in local and national LGBTQ advocacy efforts through the decades.
- Resources for LGBTQ Travelers: Find annual events, bars, LGBTQ-owned establishments and other community-oriented organizations.