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Do Black People Really Read This Stuff? II: Science Fiction, Steamfunk & More!    “Fantasy is the impossible made probable. Science Fiction is the improbable made possible.” – Rod Serling ...

Do Black People Really Read This Stuff? II: Science Fiction, Steamfunk & More! “Fantasy is the impossible made probable. Science Fiction is the improbable made possible.

Five African-American women pose with their babies in St Helena Island, South Carolina, 1866

Five African–American women pose for a portrait with their babies beside slave quarters on St. Helena Island, S., in Key idea: Material history, what do photographs tell us about the everyday lives of slaves?

ARIES Zodiac African American Art Black Woman by SheebaMayaArt

10 Black Science Fiction and Fantasy Artists I’d Love to Work With (or work with again)! 10 Black Science Fiction and Fantasy Artists I’d Love to Work With (or work with again)! “I write. I write.

BLACK LIVES MATTER: THE HASHTAG, THE MOVEMENT, THE NETWORK, AND THE TRUTH

The protest movement that has sprung up around police violence and criminal justice reform first spread like wildfire online, which researchers say allowed activists to circumvent traditional new media to get their message out.

Sarah Louis Vaughan: American Jazz Singer Nicknamed "Sassy" & "The Divine One" -

Sarah Vaughan was once described by music critic Scott Yanow as having “one of the most wondrous voices of the century.” Nicknamed “Sassy” and “The Divine One”, Sarah Vaughan was multi Grammy Award winner.

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