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DO BLACK PEOPLE REALLY DO THIS STUFF? Cosplay and the building of a Black World « chroniclesofharriet.
Of course we do. We are in the now, and we are in the future. We imagine and build ourselves into the very fabric of what we call “world” with not only scientific study and research, but with words, music, beauty, and art.
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Brooklyn’s Afro-Punk Festival Reveals Black Culture’s Dirty Little Secret – COLORLINES.
Not sure why Colorlines titled this article this way, but okay…
In any case, we know that in 2012 there is no such thing as a monolithic apparatus called “Black culture.” Not everyone
African American spends their weekends watching Tyler Perry movies or downloading mainstream hip-hop. Sometimes we like hardcore. Sometimes we like punk. Sometimes we like alternative.
And some of us are Pagan–and not
Baptist or Methodist. Or Atheist. Or Pastafarian.
Afro-Punk is also