Recommended Reading: (H)afrocentric by Juliana “Jewels” Smith

My local library is small and a bit sad, with lots of empty shelves. But I looked around anyway, and while I couldn't find many novels of interest to me, I did pick up this Volume 1-4 collection of (H)afrocentric comics by Juliana "Jewels" Smith, illustrated by Ronald Nelson, out from PM Press. I sure … Continue reading Recommended Reading: (H)afrocentric by Juliana “Jewels” Smith

Recommended Viewing: Gentefied

Ok, so this just dropped on Netflix two days ago, and I already watched it all, then cried about how long I'll have to wait for a new season. It's got everything I want in a good story: fleshed out characters with diverse identities, overlapping problems, no easy solutions to anything under late capitalism in … Continue reading Recommended Viewing: Gentefied

Recommended Reading: A Good Time for the Truth: Race in Minnesota

If you live in Minnesota, you need to read A Good Time for the Truth: Race in Minnesota Edited by Sun Yung Shin. If you don't live in Minnesota, you still need to read it. It's way past time people started listening to OTHER PEOPLE DESCRIBE THEMSELVES. This country has gone on too long letting … Continue reading Recommended Reading: A Good Time for the Truth: Race in Minnesota

In Which Harmony Says Very True Things About Suicide That People Don’t Normally Admit/Discuss:

There are some people who just can't understand suicide at all, from an emotional or intellectual level. Then there are people like me, who cannot understand how other people cannot understand. I was absolutely laid low by yesterday's news, in part because Chris Cornell is a kindred spirit. He saw all the evil everywhere, and … Continue reading In Which Harmony Says Very True Things About Suicide That People Don’t Normally Admit/Discuss: