Black Creative Talent Present at New York Comic Con 2018 | The Network Journal

Facebook0Twitter0MailJ.D. Rachid , The Network Journal Photograph: Filip Wolak. New York Comic Con 2013. Featured Image TNJ was at the 2018 edition of New York Comic Con (NYCC), held Oct. 4-7 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. An annual New York City convention dedicated to comics, graphic novels, anime, manga, video games, cosplay, toys, […]

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Barry Jenkins Brings James Baldwin Home to Harlem | The Atlantic The U.S. premiere of the film adaptation of If Beale Street Could Talk, held at the historic Apollo Theater, captured all the generous, urgent love the writer’s work conveyed.

The U.S. premiere of the film adaptation of If Beale Street Could Talk, held at the historic Apollo Theater, captured all the generous, urgent love the writer’s work conveyed.

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She’s sold 500 paintings and written a children’s book. She’s 13. | The News & Observer Camryn, an eighth-grader at Thales Academy in Rolesville, talks about how she juggles it all and offers some advice for other young entrepreneurs.

Camryn, an eighth-grader at Thales Academy in Rolesville, talks about how she juggles it all and offers some advice for other young entrepreneurs.

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Hugo awards: women clean up as NK Jemisin wins best novel again | The Guardian Jemisin’s third win in as many years signals an end to the influence of the rightwing ‘Puppies’ groups, with female authors winning all major categories at sci-fi awards

Jemisin’s third win in as many years signals an end to the influence of the rightwing ‘Puppies’ groups, with female authors winning all major categories at sci-fi awards.

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Watch the Emotional First Trailer for Barry Jenkins’s New Film ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ | Vice The 'Moonlight' director is making his return to the big screen with an adaptation of James Baldwin's 1974 novel.

The ‘Moonlight’ director is making his return to the big screen with an adaptation of James Baldwin’s 1974 novel.

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Ta-Nehisi Coates is leaving the Atlantic | The Washington Post Ta-Nehisi Coates is leaving his position as a national correspondent for the Atlantic, a publication where he has emerged as one of the country’s top reporters and thinkers.

Ta-Nehisi Coates is leaving his position as a national correspondent for the Atlantic, a publication where he has emerged as one of the country’s top reporters and thinkers.

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Jazz Notes: Vision Fest, Mickey Bass, children’s jazz book | New York Amsterdam News Little Theodore and Hazel, with instruments in hand (trumpet and harp), were off to the park to play when suddenly they ran into a sad bird that needed help.

Little Theodore and Hazel, with instruments in hand (trumpet and harp), were off to the park to play when suddenly they ran into a sad bird that needed help.

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Ta-Nehisi Coates Takes On Another Superhero | Slate Those of you who’ve never read a Captain America comic book or seen him in the Marvel movies would be forgiven for thinking of Captain America as an unblinking mascot for American nationalism. In fact, the best thing about the story of Captain America is the implicit irony.

Those of you who’ve never read a Captain America comic book or seen him in the Marvel movies would be forgiven for thinking of Captain America as an unblinking mascot for American nationalism. In fact, the best thing about the story of Captain America is the implicit irony.

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‘A Taste of Power’: The Woman Who Led the Black Panther Party | Longreads Elaine Brown was the first and only woman to lead the male-dominated Black Panther Party. She looks back on Jean Seberg, COINTELPRO, and internal divisions within the organization.

Elaine Brown was the first and only woman to lead the male-dominated Black Panther Party. She looks back on Jean Seberg, COINTELPRO, and internal divisions within the organization.

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