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P. Gabrielle Foreman Dec 23
In the NY Slave Revolt of 1712, four women were tried as leaders: Amba, Lilly, Sarah, and Abigail. Erased frm history, their stories are told in this vivid graphic novel by ⁦
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Dan Hassler-Forest Oct 24
PSA: 's THE ROSEWATER REDEMPTION dropped last week, and it's the perfect end to an astonishing trilogy. I read it breathlessly. Don't sleep on this one!
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Michael A. Gonzales Nov 2
I talked to photographer Gerald Jenkins about his stunning book It’s After the End of the World, an picture novel that takes us on a soulful rocket ride into the day after tomorrow, with all of its bugged-out possibilities.
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alan_oldham Jul 31
An exhibition with no Afros. Not surprising.
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Christopher Oct 17
.. Easy. Day17 Fashion Movie: "Black Panther" Directed by Ryan Coogler. This masterpiece in costume design created by Ruth E. Carter, a living legend of film. Read hater reciepts & you know that it Challenged people.
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Michael A. Gonzales Nov 3
It’s After the End of the World, an picture novel by Gerald Jenkins features text contributions by Jake-ann Jones, Norman Douglas, Darius James and
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Ayize Jama-Everett Jun 5
"Have an hour? Watch this video: The Mundane Manifesto"
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#BlackPantherSoLIT🔥 Sep 7
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jameela f. dallis, phd Dec 28
Graphic Novel Revives Lost Histories of Women-Led Slave Revolts: “Finding African American history...is about reading sources against the grain...Sometimes I feel like I’m more so describing the shape of an absence”
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Raina Leon Jan 11
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Thando Dec 7
Replying to @kakatshozi_
Breaking gender stereotypes 🔥🔥🔥❤️🥰🥰
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Turner Lange Apr 28
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Julian Chambliss Nov 1
Great to see talking about at . The is a standout narrative and I’m glad to see this discussion in this space.
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@3rdstonejournal Aug 19
Let us continue the conversation about works and their alternative diasporic visions. Consider submitting to this exciting panel, organized by Sondra Bickham Washington and the Black Girlhood Project, that looks at "black girls' presence in ."
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Emily Spicer Oct 28
I spoke to photographer Aida Muluneh for about her project with and her amazing images:
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Wexner Center for the Arts Sep 19
Next Thu at 7 PM, don't miss a free program with the artists behind the short THE GOLDEN CHAIN, part of .
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Ithaca College Apr 23
Pippi to Ripley, an interdisciplinary popular culture conference, returns to IC this weekend. The two-day conference will feature a keynote from author Nnedi Okorafor ().
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Mano D'iShango Jun 27
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Dan Hassler-Forest Nov 12
Feeling an urge lately to write an academic monograph on ’s work as a . Should I do it?
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nwando ebizie Nov 11
Join me at as part of free festival working with deaf & disabled artists, Liberty project. An , Innovative 📸Anya Arnold
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