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Who's Afraid of Post-Blackness? by Touré


Post-Blackness, like post-modernism, is about boundless possibilities. According to Touré and the multitude of Black thinkers in Who's Afraid of Post-Blackness?: What It Means to Be Black Now, identity and authenticity are no longer at odds in the current age of individualized notions of Blackness. Touré shares a variety of contemporary anecdotes and examples of Post-Blackness as he critiques the commentary of contemporary culture's Black movers and shakers.

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