My fourth book review! YAY.
Disclaimer: I have never thought of myself as much of an art critic – I sort of always thought it wasn’t my place to disagree with the storyteller. As in, if I didn’t enjoy a book or movie, then it probably says more about me not being the intended audience for it, right? But I don’t think that need stop me from sharing my thoughts on such-and-such a book.
So here I go…
Continue reading “archie reviews a book…. A Princess of Mars (1912)” →
Hey so YAY for Black History.
BHM is important to talk about because it supports efforts of reclaiming a sense of self for everyone.
We all need to make room for knowing about the Past to help understand the legacies we carry with us. Intergenerational magic exists for all of us, but the West suffers from a bout of extreme white supremacy – in so many ways but most definitely inside culture and media.
As such, one way of changing this reality is to give more attention to reading Black made and Black centred stories, and to learn what we can while we may.
I finished 2 books and can share some of my interpretations… Okay, let’s do this! Continue reading “what archie reads – Black History Month” →