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Annie Jean-Baptiste (She/Her) 14h
That's so hard! Have loved reading ... The list goes on. You?
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ACSEntrepreneur Oct 25
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Ingrid⚡ Oct 24
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Southamericanboi Oct 22
“You wanna fly, you got to give up the shit that weighs you down.”
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CleanWater4All Oct 21
"If you can't imagine it, you can't have it."
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Dr. Mary A. Flowers Oct 26
“Correct what you can; learn from what you can’t.”―
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Sherna Khambatta Oct 20
's gorgeous, book-lined loft is up for sale. via
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covidoscope Oct 22
Replying to @brainpicker
invites us to know and to solicit it from even the most tragic of circumstances." Writer examines 's take on the power of art and the writer’s singular service to humanity >>
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ᜇᜌᜃ 🔆 Oct 24
“That’s what colonization is. You become a foreigner in your own home.” with
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M.C. Walker| Ghostwriter| Copywriter Oct 24
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natejwhitaker 22h
We love black literature ❤️ Plant dad of two 🤎
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CleanWater4All Oct 22
" We die. That may be the meaning of life. But we do language. That may be the measure of our lives." 👑💖🙏🏾
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Sean Cranbury Oct 26
Replying to @seancranbury
. : I disavow that term. There are times when you don’t know what you’re doing or when you don’t have access to the language or the event. So if you’re sensitive, you can’t do it. When I wrote Beloved, I thought about it for three years. I started writing... 3/
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Greenwich Libraries 2h
Today’s  Book of the day is ‘A Mercy’ by . Set in 17th century America, slavery is rife & for a short book it packs in a lot of stories and emotions. People have been bought & sold against their will, a very emotive work.
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Na'eem Oct 25
Replying to @IFNaeem
Perception and racial inheritance.
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SkepticAfro Stop AntiAfroRacismInArabIslamicStates Oct 26
’s masterpiece - - told the truth about race, family, slavery and memory in the US. explores what the novel means to her–& the world. Puzzling how lots of anti-racists are unaware of what this book is about
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MindGourmet 4h
If you surrender to the wind, you can ride it. - Toni Morrison
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Susana Klien Oct 25
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Dallas Harlow 💙 9h
Some for comfort and inspiration.
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Annie Jean-Baptiste (She/Her) Oct 22
"Therefore the crucial distinction for me is not the difference between fact and fiction, but the distinction betw fact and truth Facts can exist without human intelligence, but truth cannot. "
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