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It matters now more than ever

This week started off on a tough note. We lost a literary icon, an advocate and a strong representati
The Mojisola Report
It matters now more than ever
By The Afropole • Issue #33 • View online
This week started off on a tough note. We lost a literary icon, an advocate and a strong representative of what it means to be black and woman. Toni Morrison. Messages and tributes all across the world have poured in, a testament of how much impact she had on today’s generation of black women writers, artists, and creatives. More than anything, there is a need to saturate our world with the black talents, stories, and our craft. Our future generation will thank us for it.

Rest In Power, Toni Morrison
 The Legacy of Toni Morrison
Amazing Novels by Black Female Authors that Should Really Be on Your Bookshelf
The Black Art of Escape: A New Vision for Black Americans
Why Have There Been No Great Black Art Dealers? - The New York Times
Film: Review of “Stones Have Laws”
ABC World News Now
CELEBRATING BLACK ART: Since 1968 The Studio Museum in Harlem has been a focal point for art by people of African descent. Now with the museum’s new building under construction, the institution has partnered with New York’s Museum of Modern Art to give this art a new home. https://t.co/IiCN6VZfUt
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Book of the month “On Being Committed to a Small Place”
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