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“In Mallard, one did not marry blacker than oneself”

Who decides if you are white or black, male or female? The heroines of Brit Bennett, 16-year-old twins who run away one morning in 1954, … Read more

Waiting for the thaw: civil rights, board games and unfinished manuscript

Until the cinema, show and exhibition halls are fully reopened, “Liberation” offers a cultural selection that can be consumed indefinitely. 1. With a committed strategy … Read more

Death of Freddy Michalski, great translator of the Anglo-Saxon black novel

Oh, shit, Freddy. It was Chantal Pelletier who told me the news. We were talking about the Covid, our conditioned freedoms, our leaden minds, the … Read more