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“In Black Imagination, a complement to the series of exhibitions […], Natasha Marin curates the voices of Black individuals: Black children, Black youth, the Black LGBTQ+ community, unsheltered and incarcerated and neurodivergent and other Black people. The 36 voices in the book are resonant on their own and deeply powerful when woven together. The following excerpt contains three responses to the prompt “Describe/Imagine a world where you are loved, safe, and valued.””

theparisreview.org/blog/2020/0

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