EVERYDAY IN THE U.S.A: 30 BLACK MOMENTS
“If you identify as a person of color, Every Day in the USA: 30 Black Moments might make you angry, want to shake your head, or even laugh out loud. If you’re white, it might make you wince or leave you bewildered. But then, what?…” We pick up the thread Brother Langston Hughes began in Black Misery and illustrate its relevancy—the microaggressions we still encounter every day as African Americans in the USA.
Words by: Anika Nailah
Illustrations by: C. Andrew Williams
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