How a Black Girl Learned To Fly
As the plane began to taxi, the first line of the comic Riri Williams: Ironheart #1 danced in my mind: “I was never meant to fly.”
The only student
Riri Williams: Ironheart #1
Black Girl Does Grad School
Ravynn K. Stringfield is a Ph.D. Candidate in American Studies at William & Mary in Virginia. Her dissertation research focuses on Black women and girls in new media narratives that are fantastic, futuristic and digital in nature. She is a dog mom, a new yogi and a hazelnut latte enthusiast.
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