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Abolition, Afro Kitsch, and Bamako

December 31, 2009 by Administrator

by Patricia Spears Jones, March/April 2007 The annual New Year’s card arrived from Tomie Arai—a most happy Pig.  This is the Pig’s year and already there’s a lot of rooting out of bad influences, bad people, bad ideas even as strange talk pollutes the airwaves.  Dead blondes in the Bahamas, missing billions in Iraq, Dick [...]


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Destinations: Where Brooklynites will be going this summer

December 27, 2009 by Administrator

Destinations: Where Brooklynites will be going this summer

by Earl S. Davis, Laylah Amatullah Barrayn and Atim Annette Oton As an African-born child with an American mother of Trinidad and Jamaican heritage, some would say I was born to travel. And after visiting over 40 countries across the world, I highly recommend this experience to anyone. The editorial I wrote earlier begins with [...]


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