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The Cost of Originality

It is common knowledge that when it comes to originality, many genres in art, music, health, culture
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The Cost of Originality
By The Afropole • Issue #86 • View online
It is common knowledge that when it comes to originality, many genres in art, music, health, culture assimilate black culture. In the delicate balance of co-existing with others while asserting ourselves has always been struggle. To think back on our journey, we have to ask, what has been the cost of maintaining our craft and finally being able to benefit from it?

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