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Corps et blanchité au prisme de la Blackness

Body and Whiteness Through the Lens of Blackness

Sarah Fila-Bakabadio

de « changer l'histoire » (« flipping the script ») mais plutôt une façon de retrouver les liens de co-construction de la blackness et de la blanchité. L'objectif n'est pas non plus de fonder une nouvelle dualité asymétrique mais de revenir à l

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Hostile Geographies

Black Girls Fight to Save Themselves and the World

Dehanza Rogers

Introduction When I dream of Afrofutures, I see Black girls who aren't forced to minimize their genius … I see school spaces that protect them, and I see Black girls using their creativity to set the record straight in a crooked system

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Black Moves

Moments in the History of African-American Masculine Mobilities

Tim Cresswell

This article builds on previous work on the politics of mobility within the broad remit of mobility studies to ask how such an approach might illuminate the history of black geographies in the United States. 1 As befits a mobilities approach

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Spatializing Black Girlhood

Rap Music and Strategies of Refusal

Asilia Franklin-Phipps

Introduction In this article, I consider some of the ways in which white supremacy and anti-Blackness constrain Black space and, thereby, Black life, with particular and specific effects on Black girls. Although I understand that age creates

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Whites Cannot Be Black

A Bikoist Challenge to Professor Xolela Mangcu

Keolebogile Mbebe

whether whites can be black. In his essay ‘Whites Can Be Black’, Xolela Mangcu (2015b) argues that whites can be black. However, what makes Mangcu unique is not that a white or black person can transcend race and acquire a national consciousness but his

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Black Girls Swim

Race, Gender, and Embodied Aquatic Histories

Samantha White

In the winter of 1941, a Harlem audience gathered to watch Black girls swim at the West 137th Street Branch of the YWCA. The branch, which served Black girls in New York City, boasted an extensive Physical Education department that included, among

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Amazing Grace

Vincent Lloyd

grace, everything can change. Amazing grace’. Pause . ‘Amazing grace’. Thirteen-second pause . Obama begins to sing the hymn ‘Amazing Grace’. Obama concludes that each of the nine Black men and women killed at Mother Emanuel found grace, and the

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Desirée de Jesus

Aria S. Halliday (ed.). 2019. The Black Girlhood Studies Collection . Toronto: Women's Press. Edited collections of girlhood scholarship run the risk of relegating the study of racialized girls to the margins and overlooking the theoretical

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Tintin ‘In Black and White’

A Catholic Social Manifesto?

Philippe Delisle

The albums originally published in black and white are a rich source for anyone who wishes to analyse the ideology at work in Tintin . 1 Adventures that first appeared as newspaper serials between 1929 and 1941 were repackaged for a wider

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Efrat Yerday

discuss head hair as a cultural identity component. The research of art history also does not consider this issue as gender or ethnic matter, echoing the absence of representations of black women. This absence is rarely regarded, and only since the late