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Trashcanman
She | Saul Williams
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Zoes_Human
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Pickpick

Originally published in 1985, “I Am Your Sister“ is a short yet insightful essay regarding the homophobia and heterosexism in Black communities and how it is used as a silencing tool to divide and further oppress Black women. This is a critical read for all feminists, anti-racists, and/or LGBTQIA advocates.

(Photo by Dagmar Schultz)

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BellaBookNook
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The wait is over!!!!!! Eeeeeee yes!!! #blackauthors #blacklitsy #fantasy

Merchgal 🤗currently reading🤗 2mo
BellaBookNook @Merchgal I‘m enjoying it so far. And you? 2mo
Bookish_Gal I recently picked it up myself! It‘s my next to read book. So cannot wait!!! 2mo
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Merchgal @BellaBookNook I‘m enjoying it! 2mo
Chelleo I came so close to buying this but I was supposed to be doing Christmas shopping and put it back. It‘s on in 2020 though! 1mo
BellaBookNook @Chelleo I have the same problem. I just bought my sister-in-law the new Michelle Obama journal and had to buy one for me. 😊🤓 Christmas shopping can be dangerous!! 1mo
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Bertha_Mason
Cannibal | Safiya Sinclair

"Sunset. That blood-orange hymn / combusting the year, nautilus chamber // of youth's obscurities, your empty room / for psalms, lost rituals."
-"In Childhood, Certain Skies Refined My Seeing"

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Bertha_Mason
Cannibal | Safiya Sinclair

"The word "cannibal," the English variant of the Spanish word *canibal*, comes from the word *caribal*, a reference to the native Carib people in the West Indies, who Columbus thought ate human flesh and from whom the word "Caribbean" originated. By virtue of being *Caribbean*, all "West Indian" people are already, in a purely linguistic sense, born savage."

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JSW

So far I‘m two chapters in and want to highlight just about everything. 🙌🏼🙌🏼 Brilliant. #blackwomen #ownvoices #blackauthors #readwomen

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WitBeyndMehsure
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I feel like I‘m always in the middle of a different short story collection. Between school and my many jobs, sometimes my best options for still finding a story to love are graphic novels and short stories. I‘m new to N. K. Jemisin so looking forward to her work #NKJemisin #SpeculativeFiction #Afrofuturism #ScienceFiction #SciFi #BlackAuthors #Ownvoices

StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego 💗💗💗 NK Jemisin 💗💗💗 10mo
Bklover I loved The Fifth Season by Jemison! 10mo
WitBeyndMehsure @Bklover I‘m hoping to start that series when I get some time! 10mo
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Kaymbayy
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Next read to start the month of April. #blackauthors #bellhooks #monthlyreads #womenauthors #blackgirlmagic

Chelleo Hi and welcome to Litsy! Hope these #Litsytips by @RaimeyGallant http://bit.ly/litsytips and #LitsyHowTo videos: goo.gl/UrCpoU are helpful. #LitsyWelcomeWagon 7mo
RaimeyGallant Welcome! 7mo
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WitBeyndMehsure
Bingo Love Vol 1: Jackpot Edition | Gail Simone, Marguerite Bennett, Gabby Rivera, Alyssa Cole, Tee Franklin, Shawn Pryor
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Pickpick

This felt like the Notebook but Black & Queer. The jackpot edition includes more stories and sets up the next volume in a big way. This my second read of the story. I love it so much 🥰

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#QueerReads #GraphicNovels #Romantsy #Romance #LGBTQ #OwnVoices #WeNeedDiverseBooks #Blackauthors #LibrariansofLitsy #Disabledauthors #Blitsy #Blacklitsy

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steffakish
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My kind of night 🌙
Samantha Irby is hilarious and I can‘t stop laughing. A pick me up since I‘ve been feeling down lately.
#goodnight #happyreading #currentlyreading
#comedy #humpday #ebooks #blackauthors #woc