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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Gorgeous New ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ Trailer Celebrates Black Families | Colorlines The latest look at Barry Jenkins’ upcoming film illuminates how Baldwin’s characters build community while navigating uncertainty and trauma.

The latest look at Barry Jenkins’ upcoming film illuminates how Baldwin’s characters build community while navigating uncertainty and trauma.

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Why the New Reprint of James Baldwin’s Children’s Book Still Matters | Colorlines Baldwin’s “Little Man, Little Man: A Story of Childhood” offers a haunting exploration of how Black children learn about racism. Colorlines talked to the late writer’s niece and one of the scholars who shepherded the title back to bookshelves about this unique work.

Baldwin’s “Little Man, Little Man: A Story of Childhood” offers a haunting exploration of how Black children learn about racism. Colorlines talked to the late writer’s niece and one of the scholars who shepherded the title back to bookshelves about this unique work.

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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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The Philosopher Who Believed That Art Was Key to Black Liberation | The New York Times “The question is no longer what whites think of the Negro but of what the Negro wants to do and what price he is willing to pay to do it.”

“The question is no longer what whites think of the Negro but of what the Negro wants to do and what price he is willing to pay to do it.”

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Duke University Instructor Jaki Shelton Green Becomes 1st African American Woman to be Named North Carolina’s Poet Laureate | Good Black News “Jaki Shelton Green brings a deep appreciation of our state’s diverse communities to her role as an ambassador of North Carolina literature. Jaki’s appointment is a wonderful new chapter in North Carolina’s rich literary history.”

“Jaki Shelton Green brings a deep appreciation of our state’s diverse communities to her role as an ambassador of North Carolina literature. Jaki’s appointment is a wonderful new chapter in North Carolina’s rich literary history.”

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