Updated: Jun 27
This Juneteenth, the Black Thought Project and Media 2070 will join forces to unveil the “Black Future Newsstand.” This live, in-person custom-built installation is guided by the question, “What does a media that loves Black people look, feel, sound, and taste like in a future where reparations are real?” and will feature magazines, mini-zines, newspapers, art and other forms of media owned and published by Black folx that represent the diversity of the African diaspora. The outside of the interactive newsstand will feature a Black Thought Wall, inviting Black people to write what they love about themselves, their visions for a media that loves Black people, and the stories they long to share and read.
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