Beans, Rice & Life

Food, Inspirations, and Living in a Multicultural World

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Renina Jarmon’s Black Girls Are From the Future captures the spirit of black feminist theorizing in what will certainly come to be known as the “early age” of social media. Further, it enacts an important blurring of hard and digital pages as we work through questions of what does and does not constitute intellectual labor and how we own our labor, our production, in a marketplace and space in constant flux. Finally, Black Girls Are From the Future reminds us of the continuing significance of cultural criticism as a tool with which we can speak back from the margins, theorize our own potential and possibilities, and imagine a freedom that subverts the violence we currently and perpetually experience.

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