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The activist Gloria Richardson walking past National Guardsmen during a civil rights march in Cambridge
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Unbothered

The grace of black nonchalance
Namwali Serpell
December 1, 2020
Pillars at National Memorial for Peace and Justice, Montgomery, Alabama
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The Hauntologies of Slavery

Finding history and meaning on a journey across the sea
Jonah Mixon-Webster
December 1, 2020
A photograph of Ann Petry.
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Nothing New Under the Sun

Ann Petry’s The Street and The Narrows
Emily Bernard
April 1, 2019
A blurred photo of lights
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In Centennial

The only ones left alive
Cathy Park Hong
January 1, 2020
An abstract print by Jacob van Heemskerck.
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Naming, Being, and Black Experience

Yale’s first Black professor on the presence or absence of names, their status and their scope.
Michael G. Cooke
December 1, 1977
A Black woman raises her fist at a protest against police violence. Joyce by Miki J / Creative Commons
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The Uses of Memory

Ecstasy in the midst of struggle
Roger Reeves
June 1, 2020
A stack of old issues of The Yale Review. Courtesy Pentagram
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Prison Term

Peter Brooks
January 1, 2019
A stack of old issues of The Yale Review. Courtesy Pentagram
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Tolle, Lege

Gregory Pardlo
April 1, 2018
A stack of old issues of The Yale Review. Courtesy Pentagram
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In the Tank

George Jackson and prison as a system of terror
Tom Sleigh
July 1, 2018
The Smiths vinyl among records on a shelf
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The Wrong Daddy

Morrissey and the cult of the wounded white male
Jeremy Atherton Lin
May 19, 2021