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mod. without cream or milk. (Said of coffee.) Black coffee, good and hot, please.
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It made me really interested in hearing you talk about your concept of Blackness. Do you believe that Blackness is a thing one chooses?
Like Coltrane's free jazz, Dumas's experimental writings at the intersections of blackness and sound, ecology, and memory are imbued with "temporal dissonance," characterized by "disruptions of temporality" that contest "linear idea[s] of transformation through teleological progress" (66).
Gordon's "Come Get Your Life, Come Get Your Death,"_and Adam Serwer's "The Tragedy of Eric Killmonger." (1) I admit that at first I thought that these authors were just Americans griping about the fact that their story of Blackness is not foregrounded in the film.
As a result, Black writers are tasked with determining how they will deal with their Blackness on the page.
San Antonio, TX, May 08, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Harrison House Publishing Announces "Seventy Years of Blackness," the highly anticipated Autobiography from San Antonio, Texas Author Verda Byrd.
Music, Movement, Power: Blackness and Sonic Resistance will look at the myriad of forces that prevent, enable and force movement and how they disproportionately affect black people.
In the same manner, Michelle Wright's Physics of Blackness warns against the exclusive usage of the Middle Passage as the litmus test for comprehending, confirming, and situating one's Blackness.
The blackness of the cover, the black edging and images of the black stairs on each page add to the mystery and atmosphere of the text.
M y topic here is Queen Anna of Denmark's 1605 performance in The Masque of Blackness. Queen Anna, wife to King James I, was six months pregnant when she danced in Blackness, and this essay revives her pregnancy alongside discussions of her use of blackface in Ben Jonson's masque.
Drawing on 19th and 20th-century medical illustrations, pickup notices, fugitive-slave narratives, true-crime books, documentary films, and poetry, the author analyzes the connections between blackness and trans identity in the context of ongoing black and trans deaths.
I continue to think about the implications of that comment and the need for blackness to be presented in protest.
Rivera-Rideau's Remixing Reggaeton presents an insightful reading of reggaeton as a discursive cultural practice inextricably linked to the experience of blackness in the African diaspora.
In an oft-cited letter about the January 1605 performance of The Masque of Blackness, courtier Dudley Carleton records his horror at the potential for the materials that recreated blackness to slide from the bodies after application.
The former Countdown star, 56, said she struggled with "a blackness" for several months in 2015 and admitted the only reason she "didn't do anything" was that she has two children.
Throughout its ecclesial journey, the BPA gave birth to a protected space for growth in faith and blackness, brought about by people involved in the process of transforming the world through the constitutive elements of Justice.