Musings (A Student Blog)
Musings is a blog featuring the writings of Medgar Evers College students from the English department. On a regular basis, they contribute essays that address a variety of topics ranging from pop culture to Black literature. Please read and enjoy...leave a comment, too! We'd love to hear from you.
Capturing Black History Through a Lens
Black History Month: The Importance of Young Black Creative Writers Finding Their Calling
From Margin to Center: Sexual Bureaucracy and the Immolation of the Black Identity in Bernadine Evaristo’s Girl, Woman, Other
Politics of Pleasure: Silencing Sexuality in Black Feminist Literature
The Importance of Black Literature
Facing Grief in Marvel’s Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
Angels of Biafra and Brooklyn: On Jacqueline Woodson’s Another Brooklyn
Tear in Our Social Fabric: Mahsa Amini’s Death in a Time of Roe vs. Wade
Fishing for Recognition
The Necessity of Black Literature
The Overturning of Roe v. Wade
Anyone Can Be Spider-Man
Two Distant Strangers: A Movie Review
Lori Madison Was a Human Being
Ups and Downs
The Black Voice and its Place in Literature
Living the Spoken Word
Black Voices Remaining Afloat
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