Beyond Westeros- Sisters of the Spear


Herneith:

Great site!

Originally posted on Phenderson Djèlí Clark:

ayen and bullSisters of the Spear is an anthology of “seventeen original and exciting” fantasy tales featuring heroines of color, set in realms of magic, monsters and myth outside of the Eurocentric norm. Yes Virginia, there is life–and fantastic stories to be told–beyond Westeros.

“Ayen and Bull”- art by Jason Reeves. Story by “moi”

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Herneith:

I have purchased some of these products and particularly liked the deodorant. Apparently they no longer ship to Canada as I wanted to try the toothpase! A pity!! Anyways, try to shop as much as you can in your respective communities.

Originally posted on diaryofanegress:

Last year on Black Friday, my blogger buddy suggested that I begin my mission of turning Black Friday, a horrible and painful reminder of our holocaust, into Black Empowerment Day. Then I thought:

Why only that one day? Why not EVERY DAY?

So here I am asking all of you to shop within our communities globally and keep the wealth within our Melanin Family. The process is called Ujamaa(ooo jah ma) and means Collective Economics. Why do I keep asking all of us to do this simple yet daunting task? Because Collective Economics gives way to:

Black Pride

Reliance on each other

Building stronger Black Networks

Building stronger Black Communities

Did you know that the Black dollar leaves us every 15 minutes? A far cry from Black Wall Street when the Black Dollar circulated at least 15-20 times before it left our tiny community. The results were quite…

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Space Traders : 2 The Final Contact


Originally posted on diaryofanegress:

Mr. Derrick Bell

{ I’d like to thank my unofficial editor, B., for his patience, advice and friendship.}

For those of you that have read Mr. Derrick Bell’s epic tale called Space Traders, you’ll know that aliens came from outer space and offered everyone a trade: All the Blacks on earth for economical stability. The story was then adapted for Television in 1994 by Reginald Hudlin and Trey Ellis in a short movie called Cosmic Slop.

One night, after a deep meditation session, I had a startlingly vivid dream of what would happen if we disappeared. I awoke energized with a keen sense of clarity and words fell from the sky onto my computer. This is my independent science faction tale.

For those of you that have also wondered…

How would the planet be different?

What about the other prominent Coloured races: Hispanics and Asians? How would they fare without…

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