Nicole defines her view of Afrofuturism and imagines what science fiction could do if it wanted to be bold.
Kai examines how Hermione's Blackness puts the onus on her as a Black woman to save the Wizarding World.
In this #CriticalCompanion, Talia takes a look at Ariana Dumbledore, ableism, and abuse in Deathly Hallows.
Zeena recognizes the Hermione that was in her all along.
DJ Wilson reflects on Beyoncé's film 'Black is King,' and the invitation the project gives members of the African diaspora.
Whether you ship canon ships or non-canon ships, it should be a subculture of like fans, not a battlefield of in-fighting. Critical Companion Ebony explores.
How can nerds date during a global pandemic? K. Alexandra offers some tips from her own experiences.
Jessie Blount shares her two “spiritual texts” and how they’ve shaped her worldview.
Abisola writes about Children of Blood and Bone and Daughters of Nri, and how they are important for young Black readers.
How does Harry Potter's Order of the Phoenix show the failures of the series to show a truly progressive and anti-supremacist narrative? What can we learn from these inadequacies of the story to be better allies in the real world?
Crystal discusses Sineya in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and some of the issues with her storyline.
Talia discusses the Harry Potter series falls subject to body shaming.