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What Happened to the Best African American Literary Magazines?

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Read: What Happened to the Best African American Literary Magazines?

We have lost so many important platforms for advancing our culture in recent years that it is a crying shame. Even more interesting it the fact that no one seems to notice -- or even care.

Our major, so called, Black media will ignore these signicant losses. it is up to us to support the reminaing entities.

Peace

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