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Works of Radical Imagination


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"My way of seeing is only one of millions of different Black ways of seeing, for there are as many such ways as there are Black people. However, all of these outlooks are similar in the sense that they are connected in varying degrees to the threads of a common culture that leads a majority of us to feel a special kinship for each other. Consequently, we have a tendency to act together in our common interest while seeing, feeling, and thinking independently." —from Paul Robeson, Jr.'s "A Black Way of Seeing"