Am wondering here about blatancy. Some works by non-minorities can have a minority feel. You understand that they understand issues of race, clan, minority struggles etc. And then there are some works by minorities that don't show any kind of connect
This movie is Black Sci-Fi & Afrofuturism's largest secret. I saw this surreal cinematic essay/documentary at a Black Sci Fi screening last year, and everyone including myself couldn't believe we had never heard of it. And its 11 years old. The peopl
hello all, i'm new here, and really amped to be a part of this community! wondering if anyone knows of a writer's retreat that has mostly POCs? i know of the VONA program, and i am interested in it ( http://www.voicesatvona.org ) but that is more of
Through Loona's Door -- A Tammy and Owen Adventure with Carter G. Woodson Experience the magical adventure of two young children and Loona, the mysterious owner of a bookstore as they travel back in time to meet the Father of Black History, Carter G.