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“The Black Present and Presence Series: Black Women’s Cultural (In)Visibility” – Evan Eschenburg

​​For this essay, I will be talking about the presentation of Black Women’s Cultural (In)Visibility in the “The Black Present and Presences Series”, presented by V. Dozier and Khalia Ii. This presentation focused on how Black Women as a whole have always been the trendsetters of our society, yet their styles go completely unnoticed, or […] More

“The Black Present and Presence” -Eddie Elston

The presentation that I attended by speakers V. Dozier and Khalia Ii entitled The Black Present and Presence highlighted principally how the accomplishments and culture of African American Women have been continually stolen and disenfranchised by non-black people in today’s modern media. Mrs. Dozier introduced what is commonly referred to as co-optation, which describes stealing […] More

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