Black Girls Create is a unique intersectional hub for Black creators and critical fandom. Through substantive but easily accessible content, we encourage fans to celebrate and critique pop culture while also advocating for and contributing to the increased media representation of Black women specifically, and people of color in general.

These Bewitching Bonds

Black Girls Create is a unique intersectional hub for Black creators and critical fandom. Through substantive but easily accessible content, we encourage fans to celebrate and critique pop culture while also advocating for and contributing to the increased media representation of Black women specifically, and people of color in general.

Features

Meet Black women who are creating space and art, learn about their process, and why they believe it is important for Black people to be creators. We feature a new Creator at the beginning of each month.

Polly Irungu

Polly Irungu is a photographer, journalist, digital editor, and community builder.

The We Black and Nerds blog is a space that works to be representative of our realities and experiences as a way to counter the ones largely depicted in the mainstream. The blog hosts a variety of commentary on popular culture including book reviews, television and film recaps, personal essays, and our contributor-led series The Critical Companion, a bi-monthly themed project that delves into different aspects of critical fandom.

Hogwarts BSU is a fan fiction project that asks Black Potterheads to imagine what it’s like to be Black in the Wizarding World. Read stories of Black students at Hogwarts, Black businesses in the Potterverse, and Black Wizard History.

Podcasts

#WizardTeam

Episode 274 – What if the Time Room had an open bar?

On this episode of #WizardTeam and the Time Room we're joined by red wine and amber ale to find out how #WizardTeam would be different had Bayana never moved to Chicago or had we never gone to London to see The Cursed Child.