Projects I’m Supporting, Part Eight

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It’s Black Speculative Fiction Month and I wanted to highlight some of the projects I’m supporting this month!

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AMBER AND THE HIDDEN CITY GRAPHIC NOVEL
Author Milton Davis is turning his YA novel Amber and the Hidden City into a graphic novel. Amber is the story of an African-American girl who discovers her magical powers on an amazing journey to a hidden African kingdom. Milton has partnered with Peter Daniel and Pedastudio in Lagos, Nigeria, on this project so it should be dope.

 

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NIOBE: SHE IS DEATH
Stranger Comics is back with more Niobe tales! Niobe: She is Death is a tale of revelations for a young woman who is tired of running. Niobe has lost her faith – in humanity and the world around her. In the sequel to the acclaimed Niobe: She is Life, we witness Niobe’s journey from heartbroken teenager to warrior woman, when Niobe becomes a badass bounty hunter, hunting down sex traffickers and slave traders. The very ones set out by her father to track her down. If you put down $100, you can get Niobe in the Pathfinder role-playing game!

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AFROFUTURE YOUTH
I came across the Afrofuture Youth campaign randomly on Twitter one day and it sounded amazing! It’s a Detroit-based, youth led, initiative that gives middle and high schoolers space and resources to build a new, more equitable world, through an Afrofuturist, healing-centered framework, to support all aspects of black lives.

 

What projects are you supporting this month? 

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