MGM Is Making a Film About History’s First Black Samurai | Highsnobiety

Opinion | Race, Highsnobiety [dropcap]Black[/dropcap] burial sites are struggling for survival. Such struggles should be interpreted as elemental battles over the meaning, matter, and worth of black life, history, and memory. Take the Boyd Carter cemetery in Jefferson county, West Virginia, a historic African American burial ground that’s been active since 1902. In early April […]

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